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Training and fellowship schemes constitute for UNESCO a strategic means for attaining sustainable human development and for fostering of international understanding and a culture of peace. UNESCO fellowships contribute towards the genuine sharing of knowledge and expertise in which each party, whether teacher or student, gives and learns. Read more...

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● Ms Cecilia DIXON-CIFUENTES Administrative Assistant ERI/NCS/FLP

● Ms Rachel JAKUBOWICZ Senior Administrative Assistant ERI/NCS/FLP

● Mr Jhaycee MANANSALA Administrative Assistant ERI/NCS/FLP

● Mr Irwin MERIDA Assistant Programme Specialist ERI/RPO/PPF

● Ms Liliane PIGEONNEAU Administrative Assistant ERI/NCS/FLP

● Mr Ali ZAID Chief of Section ERI/NCS/FLP

● Ms Leila ZAS FRIZ Administrative Assistant ERC/NCS/FLP


aca80b1c12060222deb6f5598d3965c6studybroad2006.jpg● STUDY ABROAD 2006-2007
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KObuchi0708_cover sml.jpg● 2007-2008 UNESCO/KEIZO OBUCHI Research Fellowships Programme

Cover ---2006-2007 Directory of UNESCO Fellows.jpg● 2006-2007 Directory of UNESCO Fellows
The Directory shows the results of the fellowships administered by the UNESCO Fellowships Programme Section during the 2006-2007 biennial exercise. More

UNESCO_Obuchi_0304(cover)sml.jpg● 2003-2004 Results Achieved: UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme

KObuchi_2002_Page_01.jpg very sml.jpg● UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme in 2002 results achieved

2004-2005 Dir. unesco fellows (cover).jpg●  2004-2005 Results of the UNESCO Fellowships Programme Administered by the Fellowships Section

brochure2001 cover sml 1.jpg● Results Achieved in 2001 of UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme
"I believe that the foundation of education consist in fostering the life force, a cooperative and helping spirit and a heart which respects our natural environment" (Keizo Obuchi, the Prime Minister of Japan) More



    2013-2014 - UNESCO/Czech Republic Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme

    2013 - UNESCO/Israel (MASHAV) Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme 2013 - Course: “Integrated Approach to Upgrading Poor Urban Areas”

    2013 - UNESCO/Israel (MASHAV) Co-Sponsored Fellowships Programme (2013) - Course on "Educational Methodologies Youth At-Risk: Preventing Student Dropouts and Facilitating Reintegration"


● 19 Aug 2004 Director-General invites young researchers to apply for UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi fellowships Media Advisory N°2004-55
UNESCO is calling on young researchers with advanced degrees (M.A., M.Sc. or equivalent) in developing countries to apply to the UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Research Fellowship Programme for fellowships ranging from US$ 6,000 to US$ 10,000. The amount varies according to duration and place of study. The Programme is financed by Japan through its funds in trust programme for capacity-building of human resources. More

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