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FAO is a United Nations agency that coordinates global efforts to combat hunger. With 195 member countries (including the European Union), FAO works in more than 130 countries around the world.
ICAO provides a global forum for states for international civil aviation. Develop policies and standards. Provide assistance and build aviation capacity through a wide range of activities & collaboration of its member states and stakeholders.
IFAD is a specialized United Nations agency. They have provided US$23.2 billion through low-interest grants and loans. The Fund invests in rural communities to improve food security, build resilience, grow businesses, and take ownership of their future.
The ILO is the only UN agency that unites governments, employers, and workers from 187 countries. It's been around since 1919, and it's responsible for setting labour standards, creating policies and programs that promote decent work for women and men.
The IMF is a global body that helps countries around the world grow and thrive. The IMF fosters international financial stability by offering policy advice, financial assistance, and capacity building.
IMO is a specialized agency of the United Nations responsible for maritime safety and security and marine and atmospheric pollution prevention. IMO’s work contributes to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
UN Women is a United Nations agency whose mission is to promote gender equality and empower women around the world. UN Women was created to speed up the process of meeting women’s needs around the world.

UN Habitat is responsible for making cities and towns that are socially and environmentally sustainable. It's the UN's main hub for all things related to urbanization and human settlements.
UNAIDS is at the forefront of the world's efforts to put an end to the AIDS pandemic by 2030, which is part of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.