Yearbook of the United Nations 2005

Sixtieth Anniversary Edition - Towards Development, Security and Human Rights for All

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This unique publication, the Sixtieth Anniversary Edition, chronicles all the major activities of the United Nations system, including those of intergovernmental and expert bodies, major reports, Secretariat activities and, in selected cases, the views of the Member States. It presents results of the 2005 World Summit Conference, which gathered leaders from 170 countries to assess UN achievements and progress made towards implementation of the 2000 Millennium Declaration, and adopted measures contained in a Summit Outcome Document for the Organization’s future course. This 1,716 pages volume is fully indexed and reproduces all major resolutions and decisions of the General Assembly, Security Council and Economic and Social Council issued during the year together with the voting records. The publication is an indispensable and authoritative reference tool for the research community, diplomats, government officials and the public at large.



World Health Organization (WHO)

In 2005, the World Health Organization (WHO) continued to implement its corporate strategy to reduce mortality, morbidity and disability; promote healthy lifestyles and reduce health risk factors; develop health systems that were equitable and responsive to demands; develop an enabling policy and institutional environment in the health sector; and promote an effective health dimension to social, environmental and development policy. Priority areas included malaria, tuberculosis, cancer, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, tobacco, mental health, making pregnancy safer and children’s health, HIV/AIDS, health and the environment, food safety, health systems and blood safety.


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