UNO – United Nations Organization
The United Nations Organization or UNO is an intergovernmental organization entrusted to promote and secure international cooperation and to make and keep up international order. A trade for the ineffectual League of Nations, this organization was set up on 24 October in the year 1945 after World War II with the objective that is to prevent another such conflict. At its establishing, the UN had various member states and when listed it is counted as 51 but now the number has been increased and there is 193 total presently. The headquarters of the UN is situated in Manhattan, New York City, and is liable to extraterritoriality. Further its main offices are also situated in various places such as Geneva, Nairobi, and Vienna. The organization is financed by assessed and deliberate contributions from its other state of members. The objective of UNO also includes the maintaining international peace along with the security, advancing human rights, cultivating social and providing humanitarian aid in cases of famine, natural disaster, and armed conflict as well. The UN is the biggest, most natural, most globally spoke to and most great intergovernmental association in the world.