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The UNESCO Office in Windhoek is a national office that seeks to support the government of the Republic of Namibia to achieve its own National Development Plan (NDP) in line with the Post-2015 Agenda.

As part of the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in Namibia, UNESCO Office works in synergy with the United Nations Sister Agencies to implement UNPAF (United Nations Partnership Framework) for 2014-2018. UNESCO is leading Pillar I – “Institutional Environment” which includes the following components among others: Policies and legislative frameworks to ensure transparency, accountability and effective oversight of public affairs; Promotion and protection of human rights; Functional monitoring and evaluation and statistical analysis systems in place. 



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When Where
21 May 2014 to 23 May 2014 Windhoek, Namibia Groundwater Resources Governance: Assessment of the Stampriet Aquifer