The UN Millennium Campaign was established by the UN Secretary General Kofi Annan in 2002 in order to support citizen participation in the achieving the Millennium Development Goals, adopted by 189 world leaders from rich and poor countries, as part of the Millennium Declaration which was signed in 2000.
Since 2002 we have worked with UN partners and key global constituencies, such as civil society, parliamentarians, faith groups and youth to inspire people from around the world to take action for the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals by 2015.
Now the Campaign advocates for increased efforts to effectively promote greater support for the MDGs, as it is more critical than ever that they remain a priority in the political and public agenda. We work underlining their impact and that they continue to be a sound and worthwhile investment for all in the fight against global poverty.
Additionally, the UN Millennium Campaign is engaged in the post-2015 process.
Headed by Corinne Woods, the UN Millennium Campaign is based in New York, with teams working in Africa and Europe.
UN MILLENNIUM CAMPAIGN – Global
FF building, room 617
304 East 45th, 6th floor
New York 10017, NY, USA
Corinne Woods, Director
Africa Regional Office
Ground Floor, Block N
Gigiri, Nairobi, Kenya
Charles Abugre Akelyira, Deputy Director