Working at UNESCO

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Partnership with UNESCO

UNESCO Dhaka collaborates with a wide range of partners across all its areas of work. These collaborations are deeply embedded in the organisation’s way of working at regional and national levels. These partnerships are vital for meeting global, regional and national goals, as well as creating long-lasting impact. By joining forces with numerous other organizations, UNESCO utilizes a range of resources and competencies in order to achieve common development goals and maximize the effect of its action.

The Dhaka Office works with its partners in different ways, some of which are:

  • Combining expertise for the implementation of various programmes at national, regional and global levels
  • Coordination and consultation on ongoing programmes relating to the development of policies, standards and norms
  • Sharing networks and assisting in UNESCO’s outreach with regard to its advocacy work
  • Providing, and benefitting from technical assistance and other advisory services

Potential benefits that donors can enjoy

There are a number of benefits that may be enjoyed by funding and assisting UNESCO in its endeavors. Some of these are:

  • Building a strong public image by being associated with a reputable and prestigious international agency
  • Increasing visibility in international circles
  • Gaining access to UNESCO’s vast public and private networks
  • The opportunity to transform a company’s social responsibility into a reality
  • Increasing brand loyalty through good corporate citizenship
  • Providing employees new and diverse experiences by being a part of UNESCO’s activities

Our Partners


  • Ministry of Education
  • Ministry of Primary and Mass Education
  • Bureau of Non-Formal Education
  • Directorate of Primary Education
  • National Curriculum and Textbook Board (NCTB) 
  • Directorate of Technical Education
  • Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics
  • Bangladesh Bureau of Educational Information and Statistics
  • Ministry of Cultural Affairs
  • Department of Archaeology
  • Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (Ministry of Cultural Affairs)
  • Bangladesh National Museum (Ministry of Cultural Affairs)
  • Department of Forests (Ministry of Environment and Forest)

UN and Development Partners: UNDP, UNICEF, ILO, JICA, SDC

NGOs and INGOs: 

  • Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE)
  • Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM)
  • Building Resources Across Communities (BRAC)
  • Stromme Foundation (SF)
  • RDRS Bangladesh
  • Friends in Village Development Bangladesh (FIVDB)
  • Plan Bangladesh
  • Save the Children International
  • Bangladesh National Craft Council (NGO)

Institutes and Academia: 

  • Institute of Educational Research (IER-DU)
  • Begum Rokeya University
  • Institute of Child and Human Development (ICHD)
  • BRAC University
  • Asian Centre for Inclusive Education (ACIE)

Private Sector: Microsoft