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Donors and Partners
As a specialized agency of the United Nations, UNESCO is funded from assessed contributions from its Member States. However, the Regular Programme and Budget is far from sufficient to allow UNESCO to reach all its goals and objectives, and achieve the full impact of its mission.
UNESCO depends increasingly on voluntary contributions, notably for operational development action at the country level. UNESCO's main vehicle for resource mobilization is the Complementary Additional Programme.
- CAP - Complementary Additional Programme
- UNESCO’s main donors and partners
- 13-10-2010 - UNESCO and the European Commission strengthen their approach to risk disaster reduction
- 04-10-2010 - Signature of a funding agreement on support to Arabic language in UNESCO
- 03-09-2010 - UNESCO and CANADEM sign a Stand-by Agreement
- 03-09-2010 - UNESCO and Sweden sign a Framework Agreement and a Funding Agreement
- 02-08-2010 - On 26 July 2010, UNESCO and the Islamic Development Bank sign an agreement for USD 1 million in support of Higher Education Science Faculties in the Gaza Strip.
- 15-07-2010 - On 12 July 2010, UNESCO and the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) sign a new agreement in the amount of USD 750,000 in support of the “Reactivation of Emergency Schooling in Haiti”
- 04-11-2009 - UNESCO and the OPEC Fund for International Development sign new $3.5 million partnership agreement
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