The “UNCESDA” – Development Mission for Africa is a multi-issue institution, supporting a range of development activities that pave the way towards equality, economic growth, job creation, higher incomes, and better living conditions.

The UNCESDA is composed of institutional leaders, policy planners and senior diplomats engaged in advancing the international dimensions of the developmental initiatives and provide opportunities to join forces, exchange ideas, share institutional strategies, and provide an effective voice on matters of public policy.

The UNCESDA’s operational work is complemented by analytical studies that support the design of policies to reduce poverty. The UNCESDA advises governments on ways to broaden the base of economic growth and protect the poor from economic shocks.

Articles of the Agreement for the UNCESDA:

The UNCESDA is a worldwide body and fully accredited permanent organization established under a charter and constitutional protocol for education and economic co-operation, functioning in accordance with the United Nations through the United Nations Convention signed in Vienna between the States on April 18, 1961 on Diplomatic and Consular Relations.

Guided by the vision of the United Nations in meeting common global challenges and opportunities, the UNCESDA works to strengthen and improve the United Nations objectives through the engagement of people who share a global mindset and support international cooperation.

At present, the UNCESDA is operating in various member countries of Africa through it’s headquarter agreements, a unique forum permitting governments of the industrialized democracies to study and formulate the best policies possible in all education, economic and social spheres.

• International Organization (IO) Status based on the UN Charter and constitutional requirements.

• It is an organization with global mandates, generally funded by the contributions from the national governments and also an organization with an international membership, scope, or presence. It is a Group having members from more than one country, government or non-governmental, profit or non – profit organizations.

What we do
International Peace and Security
IICA's Employability Enhancement Programs
Government of India's Schemes
Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, Vice-Chairman - Diplomatic Affairs Committee - DAC of Indo-OIC-Islamic Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Board of Advisors
Executive Council
Security Council
Legal Council
Partner Organizations
Letter from Min. of Tribal Affairs
Letter from Min. of Science
Letter from Min. of MSME
Specimen for Partnership