THE INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES (IOLDCs)


The International Organisation for the Least Developed Countries (IOLDCs) is a non-profit, non-governmental and independent organization based in Geneva with ECOSOC status. Our vision IOLDCs envisages a fairer, peaceful and green future. It considers the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development as its essential guideline. For this reason, IOLDCs works for the empowerment and development of Least Developed Countries, particularly endangered by conflicts, poverty, diseases, inequality and climate change. IOLDCs strongly emphasizes on the need to eliminate the constrains and obstacles caused by the chronic conflict situations in the crisis-affected LDCs, which severely affects sustainable development in these countries. We believe that working together with the international community and all the stakeholders concerned, including civil society, we can achieve conflict-prevention, post-conflict and peace-building. This would pave the way for peace, stability and sustainable development in LDCs. Through its advocacy and training activities, IOLDCs focus on particular SDGs to enable LDCs to upgrade from this status, improving their human rights situation and the welfare of its populations.



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