United Nations Economic and Social Council
Agenda: Creating credit solutions for the developing world
As a principal organ of the United Nations, ECOSOC coordinates the activities of 14
specialised agencies, 13 regional and functional commissions, and over 3,900 civil society
actors by commissioning studies and reports, monitoring the implementation of activities and
initiatives, and encouraging cooperation and coherence among policy actions. In addition,
ECOSOC coordinates funding mechanisms and takes the lead role in formulating policy
goals and frameworks for short and long-term programs. This year, the ECOSOC will
convene with the agenda of achieving sustainable solutions for the creation of Credit in
developing economies. To accurately simulate the committee, it will be necessary for the
delegates to focus on ECOSOC’s coordination and policy guidance role, as opposed to the
activities carried out by ECOSOC’s subsidiary bodies.
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