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    Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian Arab Republic
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The Syrian Arab Republic, a founding member, joined UNESCO on November 16, 1946. It is covered by the UNESCO Office in Beirut, Lebanon.

The Syrian Arab Republic participates in EDUCAIDS, a UNESCO-led response to HIV and AIDS. This initiative aims to address the impact of HIV/AIDS, prevent the spread of HIV and support education systems related to HIV/AIDS learning environments. The country has one UNEVOC centre and 30 schools are in the UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPnet).


21-11-2007 (UNESCO)
UNESCO at the Third Ministerial Meeting on Education of G8–BMENA countries
05-11-2007 (UNESCO)
Education for all in conflict zones

Quick Link to this page: http://www.unesco.org/education/en/worldwide/arab-states