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Its purpose is to encourage economic, social and technological progress compatible with due respect for nature. Through this group we seek to ensure prosperous and satisfying lives in harmony with the environment.


To promote the safe and efficient use of nuclear power, the IAEA supports existing and new nuclear programs worldwide, catalyzes innovation and builds capacity in energy planning, analysis and management of nuclear information and knowledge.

IRENA publishes detailed statistics on renewable energy capacity, power generation and renewable energy balances.

Provides up-to-date information on renewable energy technologies, their costs and cost reduction potential for all stakeholders.

INPRO is a project that supports its members in planning long-term innovations in reactor, fuel cycle and institutional approaches and related collaborative activities aimed at promoting the sustainable development of nuclear energy.

The operation and decommissioning of nuclear facilities and activities that use radioisotopes in science, industry and medicine generate radioactive waste. This waste must be managed in such a way that people and the environment are protected for extended periods of time.

The Energy Progress Report aims to provide the international community with a global dashboard to record progress in energy access, energy efficiency and renewable energy.

A manual that aims to sensitize national, regional and local authorities to the importance of vocational information and guidance as well as to broaden the vision of the actors involved in guidance services and offer them suggestions for organization and operation.

The only tripartite agency of the UN since 1919, the ILO brings together governments, employers and workers from 187 member states. To set labor standards, develop policies and design programs that promote decent work for all women and men. Origins and history

The World Bank Group has 189 member countries, staff from more than 170 countries, and more than 130 offices around the world. It is a unique global partnership: its five member institutions work to find sustainable solutions to reduce poverty and generate shared prosperity in developing countries.

It collects and produces labor statistics, with the objective of disseminating internationally comparable data sets through a variety of data tools.

Labor Statistics for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

As the custodian agency, the ILO reports data to the UN on 14 SDG indicators, grouped under 5 of the 17 goals. In addition, the ILO's role in strengthening countries' capacity to produce high-quality labor statistics has become even more crucial.

It provides services trade flow information; and examines the performance and dynamics of a country's export markets for any service.

United Nations Specialized Agency for Information and Communication Technologies - ICT.

UNIDO Statistics maintains data for six indicators related to Sustainable Development Goal 9 "Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure". Read about our work here and follow each country's progress.

An interactive analytical web application, it provides information on customs tariffs (including tariff preferences) applied by 191 countries and territories. It also covers non-tariff measures, such as SPS measures, tariff rate quotas, trade remedies, rules and certificates of origin, as well as bound tariffs of WTO members, to help users prioritize and analyze export markets.

The Global Migration Group is an inter-agency entity that brings together heads of organizations that seek to promote the wider application of all relevant international and regional instruments and standards relating to migration, and that encourage the implementation of more coherent, comprehensive and better coordinated approaches to the phenomenon of international migration.

Collects and disseminates global refugee statistics.

The Investment Map helps Investment Promotion Agencies identify priority sectors and competing countries for foreign investment, as well as existing and potential foreign investors. It also helps companies identify potential locations for overseas investment.

It provides services trade flow information; and examines the performance and dynamics of a country's export markets for any service.

UNFPA works with partners in governments, the United Nations system and civil society to promote the well-being and sustainability of rapidly urbanizing communities. 

More than 50% of the world's population lives in urban areas. By 2045, the world's urban population will increase by 1.5 times to 6 billion people. Urban leaders must act quickly to plan for growth and provide basic services.

Territorial Development Banking, committed to Colombia. We plan, structure, finance and execute projects that generate quality of life.

UN initiative leading the world in corporate sustainability

A space that promotes transformative change in cities and human settlements through knowledge, public policy advice, technical assistance and collaborative action, to leave no one and no place behind.

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