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The Resident Coordinator (RC) system co-ordinates all organizations of the United Nations system dealing with operational activities for development in the field the RC system aims to bring together the different UN agencies to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of operational activities at the country level Resident Coordinators who are funded appointed and managed by UNDP lead UN country teams in more than 130 countries and are the designated representatives of the Secretary-General for development operations Working closely with national governments Resident Coordinators and country teams advocate the interests and mandates of the UN drawing on the support and guidance of the entire UN family.It is now coordinated by the UNDG Controversies. . 2 Post-secondary education 2 Industrial architecture 6.2.3 Bank wars: the Scottish joint-stock banks 8.2 Notable residents Elizabeth Wyn Wood's high relief of a goalie at Ryerson University in Toronto. .