Top International Organisations

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Here, we have provided the extensive list of all the top agencies along with year of formation, headquarters and head. This list has been prepared with a view to provide you with all the details of top international organisation at same place. Go through it and provide us with your feedback. As your words matter.


S.NO Agencies Headquarters Establishment Head
1. The Food and Agriculture Organization Rome, Italy 1945 José Graziano da Silva
2. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Quartier international de Montréal of Montreal, Canada. 1947 Raymond Benjamin
3. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) Rome, Italy 1977 Kanayo F. Nwanze
4. The International Labour Organization (ILO) Geneva, Switzerland 1919 Guy Ryder
5. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) London, United Kingdom 1948 Koji Sekimizu[
6. International Monetary Fund (IMF)  Washington, D.C., United States 1945 Christine Lagarde
7. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Geneva, Switzerland 1865 Houlin Zhao
8. The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)  Vienna,Austria 1966 Li Yong
9. The Universal Postal Union (UPU)  Berne, Switzerland, 1874 Bishar Abdirahman Hussein
10. The World Bank Group Washington, D.C 1945 Jim Yong Kim
11. The World Health Organization (WHO) Geneva, Switzerland 1948 Margaret Chan
12. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Geneva, Switzerland 1967 Francis Gurry
13. United Nation Organization (UNO) New York 1945 Ban ki-moon
14. United Nations Children’s Fund(UNICEF) New York 1946 Anthony Lake
15. United Nations Peoples Fund(UNFPA) New York 1969 Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin
16. International Court of Justice The Hague, Netherlands 1945 Ronny Abraham
17. International Committee of the Red Cross Geneva, Switzerland 1863 Peter Maurer
18. International organization for standardization Geneva, Switzerland 1947
19. UN Women New York
20. International Atomic Energy agency Vienna 1957 Yukiya Amano
21. Commonwealth of Nations London 1884  Queen Elizabeth II
22. North Atlantic Treaty Organization Brussels 1949 Jens Stoltenberg
25. Transparency Internationals Berlin 1993 Huguette Labelle
26. International Renewable Energy agency Abu Dubai 2009 Adnan Amin
27. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Kathmandu 1985 Arjun Bahadur Thapa[
28. Association of south East Asian Nations(ASEAN) Jakarta 1967
29. Asia-Pacific economic Cooperation (APEC) Singapore 1989 Dr. Alan Bollard
30. Organization of Islamic cooperation Jeddah 1969 Iyad bin Amin Madani
31. Worldwide Economic Forum Geneva, Switzerland 1971 Klaus Schwab
32. International Cricket Council Abu Dubai 1909 Dave Richardson
33. International Hockey Federation Lausanne, Switzerland 1924 Leandro Negre
34. International Federation of Association Football Zurich, Switzerland 1904 Sepp Blatter
35. International Council on Mounuments and Sites Paris, France 1965 Gustavo Araoz
36. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Geneva 1950 António Manuel
37. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Switzerland 1964