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United Nations Office For West Africa
... The United Nations Office for West Africa (UNOWA) was established by the United Nations Secretary-General in 2001 to enhance linkages between the United Nations and other partners in the region ... United Nations Office for West Africa is an organization that focuses on the humanitarian problems in the region, such as maintaining peace and helping people cope after long conflicts and civil wars ... It is the first United Nation’s office that specifies on solving human rights issues in West Africa ...
List Of Intergovernmental Organizations - United Nations and Agencies
... Main articles United Nations and United Nations System See also Member states of the United Nations and Secretary-General of the United Nations The UN has six principle organs ... The United Nations Trusteeship Council (inactive) The UN also includes various Funds, Programmes and specialized agencies Food and Agriculture Organization International Labour Organization International Civil ...
United Nations Interpretation Service - UN Duty Stations With Interpretation or Language Service Offices
... United Nations Headquarters (UNHQ), New York, USA United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), Switzerland United Nations Office at Vienna (UNOV), Austria United Nations ...

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    A tremendous number of people in America work very hard at something that bores them. Even a rich man thinks he has to go down to the office every day. Not because he likes it but because he can’t think of anything else to do.
    —W.H. (Wystan Hugh)

    The United States is just now the oldest country in the world, there always is an oldest country and she is it, it is she who is the mother of the twentieth century civilization. She began to feel herself as it just after the Civil War. And so it is a country the right age to have been born in and the wrong age to live in.
    Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)

    When shall we see poets born? After a time of disasters and great misfortunes, when harrowed nations begin to breathe again. And then, shaken by the terror of such spectacles, imaginations will paint things entirely strange to those who have not witnessed them.
    Denis Diderot (1713–1784)