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WHS Managers testimonials Covid 19 Impact

World Heritage Site managers’ from the Eastern Africa region provide testimonials on the impacts of COVID-19

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Pan-African High-level Conference on Education #PACE
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Pan-African High-level Conference on Education #PACE
COVID-19 Response

UNESCO supports Member States in tackling the pandemic in all its action for education, sciences, culture and knowledge sharing. 

 

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Historic visit by Director-General of UNESCO to Somalia to support human dimension of reconstruction through education and culture

Historic visit by Director-General of UNESCO to Somalia to support human dimension of reconstruction through education and culture

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Historic visit by Director-General of UNESCO to Somalia to support human dimension of reconstruction through education and culture
Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals

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UNESCO Nairobi in a nutshell

The UNESCO Office in Nairobi was created in 1965 for the purpose of serving as a regional hub for science, technology and innovation (STI) in Sub-Sahara Africa. Following the UNESCO Africa Field Reform of 2011, UNESCO Regional Office has evolved from a Regional Office for Science and Technology to the even broader scope of a Multi-Sectoral Regional Office responsible for 13 Member States in Eastern Africa and the adjacent Indian Ocean Islands. Countries that we cover are: Comoros, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, Tanzania, Somalia, South Sudan and Uganda. Read more...

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