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EDUCATION

Burundi


Burundi joined UNESCO on November 16, 1962. It is covered by the UNESCO Office Bujumbura. The country has a UNESCO Chair for Education for Peace and Conflict Resolution and two UNESCO-UNEVOC centres for technical and vocational education and training.

Burundi also participates in UNESCO's Teacher Training Initiative for sub-Saharan Africa (TTISSA), a 10-year project aimed at restructuring national teacher policies in 46 sub-Saharan countries.

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NewsJapan funds country projects in UNESCO-led HIV and AIDS initiative 2006-06-13 8:00 am UNESCO
The Japanese government is giving one million dollars to projects in five countries taking part in EDUCAIDS, a UNESCO-led worldwide initiative to boost countriesí comprehensive education sector responses to HIV and AIDS.


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