United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security

Founding Year: 1999

Staff: 8


Knut Vollebaeek (Chair)

The UNTFHS “finances activities carried out by the UN system to deliver comprehensive, cross-sectoral and preventive responses to complex and multidimensional challenges.” Additionally, it works with The Human Security Unit (HSU) to “integrate the human security approach into the work of the UN system and to strengthen the Organization’s response to multiple and complex challenges.”

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United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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