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Postal Address

UNITAR, Palais des Nations,
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UNITAR is the only United Nations entity to establish a presence in the symbolic city of Hiroshima, in response to the desire of its people and authorities to contribute more actively to global peace and development. The Hiroshima Office has an inherent strength in the areas of peace building, post-conflict reconstruction and disarmament as well as the broader themes of international peace and security. The Hiroshima Office develops and delivers focused and relevant needs-based training, including annual Fellowships and on-demand training programmes, in support of the Sustainable Development Goals, for a wide-range of beneficiaries.
The New York Office of UNITAR is dedicated to fulfilling its small part in the broader mandate of the United Nations. Pursuant to its origination in a General Assembly resolution in 1964, UNITAR seeks to enhance the effectiveness of the Organization, especially within the New York diplomatic community – the largest such community in the world. To this end, the New York Office aims to equip members of this community with the capacity to navigate and contribute to the United Nations more broadly. In particular, it seeks to respond to the needs of delegates from developing and least developed countries, providing them with the knowledge and capabilities necessary to operate effectively within the United Nations system.
The Port Harcourt Project Office (PHPO), a part of the Decentralized Cooperation Programme, was established on 23 March 2006 as a field office in Nigeria. Operating in collaboration with federal, state and local authorities, PHPO implements various training and capacity building activities. The initial concept of PHPO was based on two principles; close cooperation with regional governments, local authorities and elected municipalities on the one hand, and strong, transparent public-private partnerships on the other.
UNITAR-UNOSAT Centres in Nairobi delivers regional and national capacity development activities to Member States in Africa with a major focus on hands-on applications of geospatial information technologies to support disaster risk management and disaster risk reduction.
UNITAR-UNOSAT Centre in Bangkok delivers regional and national capacity development activities to Member States in Asia, with a major focus on hands-on applications of geospatial information technologies to support disaster risk management and disaster risk reduction.
The CIFAL Global Network is composed of 18 International Training Centres for Authorities and Leaders. These CIFAL centres are located across Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean. The network provides innovative training throughout the world and serves as a hub for the exchange of knowledge amongst government officials, the private sector and civil society.