The African Union is a continental body consisting of 55 member states that make up the continent of Africa. As a collective group, the African Union works to promote unity and cooperation of the African States, as well as improving the lives of the African people.
WHO Executive Board
The Who Executive Board consists of elected board members that determine the agenda for the World Health Organization and discuss its policies.
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Subcommittee
The UNEP Subcommittee meets annually to prepare the global environment and sustainable development resolutions to be presented at the official council meeting.
Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
SOCHUM consists of United Nations member states and works to address a number of international human rights issues as well as social development issues such as youth, persons with disabilities, and crime prevention.