You are viewing an archived web page, collected at the request of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) using Archive-It. This page was captured on 09:15:43 Jan 17, 2016, and is part of the UNESCO collection. The information on this web page may be out of date. See All versions of this archived page.
Loading media information hide
  United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
The presentation for each sector is prefaced by an ‘achievement/feedback’ box containing achievements realized in Member States in the areas of UNESCO’s competencies. It is important to note that UNESCO is well positioned to promote multi-sectoral and integrated solutions to the challenges of development facing Member States. The section on multisectoral issues emphasizes an important and valuable characteristic of UNESCO, namely having competencies that cover five sectors.

Divided into nine sections, the first five sections cover Education, Natural Sciences, Social and Human Sciences, Culture, and Communication and Information.

Section 6 mentions multi-sectoral and joint initiatives, including the United Nations Development Assistance Frameworks.

Section 7 introduces activities of the National Commissions.

Section 8 tells you more about our staff contingency, a veritable who-is-who in the UNESCO Windhoek Office.

Finally, Section 9 delves into how we will go forward in 2010 and beyond, complete with a Results Based Management Logical ScoreCard depicting the performance profile of the Office.
Content Language Could not find a string for id (English, Portuguese)
Click to download file:  UNESCO AR English.pdf 714791 bytes (Download Help)
Website (URL) http://www.unesco.org/windhoek
Author(s) UNESCO Office in Windhoek
Publisher UNESCO Office in Windhoek
Publication Location Windhoek, Namibia
Publication Year 01-09-2010 7:00 am
Number of Pages 28
© UNESCO 1995-2010 - ID: 48361