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Algeria joined UNESCO on October 15, 1962. It is covered by the UNESCO Office Rabat, a Cluster Office which also includes the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia.

In the field of education, the country has implemented several educational reforms, specifically the Operational Plan for the Reform of the Algerian Educational System, a priority project.

Algeria has also signed a cooperation agreement based on the adoption of a Support Plan for the Reform of the Algerian Educational System, financed by Japanese funds.


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