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  • Just Published: The UNESCO-AGFUND Cooperation – A joint force serving human development

    01-11-2005 10:00 am The Arab Gulf Programme for United Nations Development Organizations, AGFUND, has worked together with UNESCO since its establishment in 1980. Over the last 25 years of their cooperation, the continuous financial contributions by AGFUND have been crucial for the realization of projects and they became a steady and solid pillar in planning and implementing UNESCO’s activities throughout the world.

    This publication gives a summary of the history and the broad range of the UNESCO-AGFUND cooperation as well as a comprehensive presentation of all the projects in the various fields of education, science and communication and information. The UNESCO-AGFUND Cooperation – A joint force serving human development is available on the UNESCO Publications website.

  • Download the brochure on the UNESCO-AGFUND cooperation, documenting all UNESCO-AGFUND projects to date

  • Website of H.R.H. Prince Talal, President of AGFUND and UNESCO Special Envoy for Water


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