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Opportunities to Advance Climate Action in the 21st Century
In June 2011, twelve of the world's leading voices for global progress and change gathered for the UN Foundation Board of Directors meeting in Norway. The semi-annual meeting, presided over by UN Foundation Founder and Chairman Ted Turner, took place June 19-25 in Oslo and the northernmost regions of the country.

Eliminating Measles in Mozambique
Over a 5 day period in Mozambique, the Measles Initiative - together with partners UNICEF, the World Health Organization, and the UN Foundation - worked with local governments to vaccinate 3.6 million children under the age of 5, with the ultimate goal of eliminating the disease from the country. Learn more and find out how you can help prevent measles at

A Winning Equation - Girls and Education
Investing in an educated, healthy, skilled, and empowered girl today means she will have the tools to reinvest back into her family, her community, and our world tomorrow. A strong educational foundation is essential to the success of girls, and their communities, around the world.

Dave "Phoenix" Farrell of Linkin Park Visits Haiti with Music For Relief and the UN Foundation
Dave "Phoenix" Farrell, a member of the two-time Grammy winning band Linkin Park, shares his impressions following a trip to Haiti with Music for Relief and the United Nations Foundation.

A Lasting Impact
A Lasting Impact focuses on the personal experiences of those who have had their lives changed due to the influence of these Girl Up and United Nations Foundation sponsored programs. The video further explores the larger implications that reforms like these create. Take a stand against child marriage today at

Achieving Universal Energy Access

UN Women Executive Director Michelle Bachelet on the International Women's Day Centennial

100th International Women's Day: Invest in Women and Girls
2011 marks the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. The United Nations observes International Women's Day on 8 March 2011. The theme is "Equal Access to Education, Training and Science and Technology: Pathway to Decent Work for Women." Learn more about how you can take action to support women and girls at

UN Secretary-General: Stand Together on Libya
Ban Ki Moon toured the Holocaust museum after a meeting with President Obama at the White House. He urged the international community to stand firmly together during the historic transition toward more democratic, secure and prosperous Middle East.

Haiti Today, Haiti Tomorrow - Tamara Kreinin
UN Foundation and Johns Hopkins University-SAIS hosted a panel discussion entitled "Haiti Today, Haiti Tomorrow" on January 24, 2011. UN Foundation's Executive Director of Women and Population program Tamara Kreinin spoke about women and girls in Haiti. For more information, visit

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