Assessing the Efficacy of International Organizations in Global Governance: Case Studies on Climate Change, Health Pandemics, and Conflict Resolution

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Asad Aziz
Zarqa Sharif
Tania Fatima


This study investigates the role and effectiveness of international organizations in global governance, focusing on their response to climate change, health pandemics, and conflict resolution through a mixed-methods approach that includes case studies of the United Nations, World Health Organization, and World Bank. It reveals that while these organizations play a crucial role in facilitating international cooperation, they face significant challenges such as political interference, funding constraints, and bureaucratic inertia. The study suggests that reforms aimed at increasing transparency, enhancing financial independence, and improving rapid response capabilities are essential for improving their effectiveness. These changes are critical for empowering these organizations to continue playing a significant role in addressing global challenges.

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Asad Aziz, Forrest General Hospital, USA

Physiotherapist, Forrest General Hospital, USA

Zarqa Sharif, Holistic Health Care

Consultant Physiotherapy, Holistic Health Care

Tania Fatima, Chester University, UK.

Chester University, UK.