United Nations Industrial Development Organization

Committee Description

The United Nations Industrial Development Organisation is a UN branch which aims to further industrial development for, poverty reduction, inclusive globalisation, and environmental sustainability. The main goal is to accelerate inclusive and sustainable industrial development (ISID) in developing and ultimately transitioning countries.

In Central Asia and Eastern Europe, UNIDO aids a total of 28 member states. The organ stated that “The countries are highly diverse in terms of geography, history, population, social and economic levels of development and geopolitical issues. The group includes low, middle and high income countries, which face common and specific development challenges.” So for this region, it is definitely a challenge to sustain industrial development, since each kind of economy and culture needs specific attention. In order for the aforementioned goals to be achieved, UNIDO needs to pay special attention to the region.


Alleviating poverty in Central Asia

Measures to optimise transnational trade flow in Central Asia

Instigating development of domestic technology and enterpreneurship in Central Asia

Chair Reports

Report 1 by Uras Efe Kahya
Alleviating poverty in Central Asia
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Report 1 by Erel Mose Saul
Istigating Development Of Domestic Technology And Enterpreneurship In Central Asia
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Report 1 by Erel Mose Saul & Uras Efe Kahya
Measures to Optimise Translational Trade Flow in Central Asia
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