Factsheets & Partner Letters
Letter from 13 organizations to Congressional leadership on the need to support peace and recovery in the Central African Republic in FY'22 appropriations bills.
BWC Executive Director Jordie Hannum testifies on Capitol Hill about why U.S. engagement and funding for the UN is in our country’s best interests.
Over the last four years, the U.S. downgraded its engagement with the UN system, including underfunding, defunding, or outright withdrawing from UN agencies and activities that advance U.S. interests.
Letter from 17 organizations to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and other administration officials calling for urgent and sustained support to peace and recovery in the Central African Republic.
BWC joined 200+ organizations in sending letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the Commission on Unalienable Rights opposing draft report.
Letter from 81 organizations to reject the Administration’s attempts to terminate our relationship with WHO, and to fully fund the WHO in Fiscal Year 2021 and future COVID-19 supplemental bills.
This decision will weaken our collective ability to respond in a coordinated, global manner to the COVID-19 pandemic and affect our global health security.
Letter from 84 NGOs to Congressional leaders in support of fully funding our U.S. dues to the United Nations and United Nations Peacekeeping in FY 2021.
From multilateral institutions to NGOs to corporations, the global community is joining the UN in this time of need to fight the pandemic.
While bilateral and multilateral investments by the United States have helped build parts of the health infrastructure of countries, the World Health Organization is central to the global response to the COVID-19 crisis.