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Pakistan UNESCO Country Programming Document, 2008-2009

This UNESCO Country Programme Document (UCPD) for Pakistan is unique in the history of UNESCO's presence in the country. In its first version, it is a UNESCO document that represents the fruits of internal discussions and analyses of the Organisation's achievements and of the possible directions for its interventions in Pakistan over the next years.

Pakistan  UNESCO Country Programming Document, 2008-2009

Pakistan is one of the eight pilot countries selected for the UN reform, an intensive and rewarding process towards "Delivering as One" humanitarian and developmental assistance to Pakistan during the UNDAF cycle 2008-2010. This UCPD also attempts to respond to the challenges posed to UNESCO by the UN reform process and the ensuing joint programming. It identifies working areas and thrusts where UNESCO has a genuine comparative advantage, and where the Organisation can really make a difference in assisting Pakistan to meet the Education for All (EFA) Goals, the Millennium Development Goals and other internationally agreed targets, norms and standards between now and 2015.

  • Author(s): UNESCO Islamabad 
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