Mauritius reviews its cultural and creative industries sector to demonstrate how cultural policies are guiding sustainable development
Djibouti considers nominating Abourma Rock Art site to the UNESCO World Heritage List
Mr Ibrahim Hassan a guardian of the Abourma Rock Art site in Djibouti ©UNESCOTerry Little
The Natural Sciences of UNESCO joined hands with the Africa Youth Advisory Board for Disaster Risk Reduction (AYAB DRR) to organise a Webinar on Youth engagement on COVID-19 for ‘the Africa We Want"
East African Ministers joined UNESCO’s first virtual meeting of Ministers of Culture to discuss measures taken to address the impact of COVID-19 on the culture sector
UNESCO supports the development of a regional contingency plan for protecting mountain gorillas, conservation personnel, tourists and park adjacent communities from SARS CoV-2
Call for Applications: Development of Smart Phone Application for IOS/Android for Know Disaster in Africa – Awareness among Youth / Children and common Public
UNESCO GATHERS BIOETHICS AND ETHICS EXPERTS FROM EASTERN AFRICA TO DISCUSS ETHICAL ISSUES RAISED BY COVID-19 IN THE REGION
East Africa celebrates the UN World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development with the organization of ResiliArt debates.
Nairobi Pretty Nose Contest 2 © Michael Soi
Experts discuss youth exploitation of media and digital spaces in the Africa region during the COVID-19 pandemic