On 24 October, we mark United Nations Day.UN mission is at the moment more critical than ever.This anniversary comes in a time of great disruption for the world, compounded by an unprecedented global health crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with severe economic and social impacts. But it is also a reminder that times of struggle can become an opportunity for positive change and transformation.United Nations:Maintain International Peace and SecurityProtect Human RightsDeliver Humanitarian AidPromote Sustainable DevelopmentUphold International LawIn 1945, the United Nations was created to provide a forum where countries can join forces to build a world that is safe, peaceful, and prosperous for everyone. Since then, it has helped improve the lives of millions of people, including by fighting HIV and AIDS, ending wars, averting famines, and addressing the needs of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable. It has also brought to light once invisible issues, such as modern-day slavery and the use of child soldiers.
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