serves many people and purposes. The UN consists of different parts, called
agencies, that each do different things. One agency might deal with
questions related to refugees, another might try to help farmers improve
their crops, and yet another makes sure no one steals your ideas.
pages you can learn what the United Nations and its agencies do. You'll
read about fishers in Iceland, a young man from Afghanistan who is now living as a refugee in Pakistan,
a mail carrier in Nepal and many more people for whom the UN is important.
Maybe you'll think of ways in which the UN affects your daily life too.
Concept developed by Jean-Michel Jakobowicz
Illustrations by Martin Guhl