UNICEF and UNESCO call for concerted action on learning in the COVID era on the International Day of Education 2022
Joint statement from UNICEF Regional Director for Eastern and Southern Africa Mohamed Fall and UNESCO Regional Director for Eastern Africa Prof Hubert Gijzen
Kenya prepares to ratify UNESCO’s 2001 Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Culture Heritage
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The State of Eritrea considers the benefits of ratifying UNESCO’s 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions
The Night Walk linocut by Eritrean artist Biniam Afwerki©Biniam Afwerki
Development of educational curriculum and policy guidelines on Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining for formal and non-formal education in Eastern Africa
Expression of Interest: Development of a Training Manual on Environmental Communication for Journalists in Africa 1.
The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities.
The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities
The Natural Sciences of UNESCO joined hands with the Africa Youth Advisory Board for Disaster Risk Reduction (AYAB DRR) to organise a Webinar on Youth engagement on COVID-19 for ‘the Africa We Want"
UNESCO webinar supports media in the Eastern African region to deconstruct misinformation, hate speech, and racism during COVID-19 pandemic
On 14 April 2020 UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa organized an online conference for media stakeholders from the region to discuss their role in fighting misinformation discrimination and hate speech linked to the COVID19 pandemic as well as the opportunity for promoting cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue
Call for Applications: Development of Smart Phone Application for IOS/Android for Know Disaster in Africa – Awareness among Youth / Children and common Public