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UNIDO United Nations Industrial Development Organization
3. UNIDO is the specialized agency of the United Nations that promotes industrial development for poverty reduction, inclusiveglobalization and environmental
The mission of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization
(UNIDO), as described in the Lima Declaration adopted at the fifteenth
session of the UNIDO General Conference in 2013, is to promote and
accelerate inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) in
developing countries and economies in transition.
in support of lesson learning and accountability, and provides a continuous feedback of
insights gained from evaluations into the strategic decision-making process.
a number of individual programmes, which are
implemented in a holistic manner to achieve effective
outcomes and impacts through UNIDO’s four enabling
(i) technical cooperation;
(ii) analytical and research functions and policy
(iii) normative functions and standards and qualityrelated activities;
(iv) convening and partnerships for knowledge
transfer, networking and industrial cooperation.
8. UNIDO’s Contribution• Upgrade supply capacities
• Provide quality, standardization and accreditation/
• Cooperate with WTO, UNCTAD and ITC and others to help
overcome Non tariff Barriers to trade
• Generates & Disseminates knowledge relating to industrial
– Enhance cooperation
– Establish dialogue
– Develop partnerships
– Tailored made specialized support
• Design & implement programs (tailor-made) to support
UNIDO maintains a field network comprising of 47 regional and country
offices around the world. UNIDO maintains offices in Brussels (European
Union), Geneva (United Nations) and New York (United Nations). Moreover,
it continues to operate a centre for regional cooperation in Turkey.
AREAS OF OPPORTUNITIES:
• A long-standing skepticism among some developed donors has never
gone away, based as much on ideology as on performance – which largely
explains the absence from its membership today of the United States,
Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.
«UNIDO will find it hard to win the ideological argument».
• Shrinking UNIDO’s role
UNIDO should continue to burnish its appeal as a development partner by
emphasizing the importance of those activities where free market forces
are unhelpful to the industrialization process, and where a neutral public
organization can add unique value.
• UNIDO faces growing competition from other development organizations,
especially from the private sector.
• Quality and quantity of projects
AREAS OF OPPORTUNITIES:
UNIDO can best extend its reach through networking rather than physical
E-learning is an under-exploited medium. UNIDO should be more like an
interactive learning organization.
• Since 1992
• The main aim is to attract technologies and investments which
are connected to the main goals of Russian industrial and
economic modernization, promotion of Russian technologies
in different countries, assistance in resource allocation in third
countries of Russian investors.
• Until the year 2005 the Russian Federation has received
financial support from UNIDO as a country with economy in
• Since 2009 Russia is a donor country
• Mutually beneficial cooperation with different countries
(for instance, with Argentina), industrial lazars technologies
and cattle farming technologies.
28. References• www.unido.org
• Annual report 2015
• The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
• UNIDO – introduction to Inclusive and Sustainable
• “UNIDO: Facing the Future” by Stephen Browne, 2013,
Briefing 5, the Future United Nations development