From commitments to action for nature: UNESCO at the UN Environment Assembly
During the resumed fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly UNEA52 in Nairobi Kenya Ms Shamila NairBedouelle Assistant DirectorGeneral for Natural Sciences of UNESCO reaffirmed the Organizations headline commitment at a side event on the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration from commitments to action for nature on 28 February 2022
Vanilla or how to link conservation and sustainable development in Mananara-Nord, Madagascar
The MananaraNord Biosphere Reserve in Madagascar meets all of the conditions for vanilla cultivation For the local communities it is a great opportunity to easily combine environmental protection by planting vanilla trees that depend on a healthy forest and sustainable development through the sale of vanilla
Agreement signed between UNESCO and the Government of Japan for the commencement of the project: “Strengthening Disaster Prevention Approaches in Eastern Africa”.
On Tuesday 2nd March 2020 UNESCO and the Government of Japan officially signed the agreement for the commencement of the project Strengthening Disaster Prevention Approaches in Eastern Africa By providing substantial funding support the Government of Japan has again demonstrated their commitment to UNESCO and the humanitarian and development needs of Africa
Advanced Training Course on “Geological Mapping and Mineral Exploration’’ held in Daejeon, Republic of Korea
Participants from SubSaharan Africa taken through Advanced Training Course on Geological Mapping and Mineral Exploration © KIGAMISGe