UNESCO’S RESPONSE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS IN CAMBODIA
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In the Region: As one of the network field offices and institutes, UNESCO Phnom Penh Office belongs to the Asia Pacific region and forms part of the Mekong Cluster at the subregional level. The Office collaborates with and receives technical assistance from the Organization's field network, in particular from multi-disciplinary Regional Bureaux, namely the Regional Bureau for Science in Jakarta; the Regional Bureau for Education and the Regional Advisors for Culture and for Social Sciences based in Bangkok, as well as the Regional Bureau for Communication and Information in Bangkok.
#ShareOurHeritage - Angkor
Despite the current challenges of COVID 19, the APSARA National authority, in close cooperation with the UNESCO Cambodia office, has been taking an initiative to protect visitors, APSARA team and Angkor, one of three UNESCO Word Heritage sites in Cambodia. Taking an advantage of having less visitors, the APSARA authority has been conducting actions for conservation and sustainable development, in order to welcome visitors after COVID 19. During their work, they have made a historical discovery, advanced restoration works, engaged in landscape improvement. See the footage to learn more.