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Our Partners

Development Partners

The UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre in Bonn receives funding from the following sources:

  • The UNESCO budget Regular Programme funds
  • German Funds-in-Trust (FIT)
  • Other donors
  • Benefits in Kind
UNESCO Budget: Regular Programme Funds

Regular Programme funds are distributed over a UNESCO biennium period. In addition, UNESCO provides UNEVOC with 3 staffing positions.

German Funds-in-Trust (FIT)

The Host Country Agreement (HCA) between the German government and UNESCO lays the foundation for the Centres location, objectives and forms the basis of Germany’s financial and logistical support.

Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)
BMBF provides the funding for operating costs, and additionally funds programme related activities.

German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
BMZ sponsors programme activities carried out by UNESCO-UNEVOC through the Funds-in-Trust.

Other Donors

On a non-regular basis, UNESCO-UNEVOC also receives funding from donors for specific programme activities.

Benefits in Kind

The German government provides rent-free premises to the Centre.


International Organizations of relevance in the area of TVET with which UNEVOC cooperates on a more or less regular basis


International Networks in the area of TVET with which UNEVOC cooperates on a more or less regular basis


Regional UNESCO Offices and TVET institutions and Networks


Arab States

Asia and the Pacific

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Europe and North America

Latin America and the Caribbean

page date 2014-07-07

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