The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities.
The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities
New Teacher’s Guide for Culture and Arts brings culture into the classrooms of Somalia
As part of the project Promoting a culture of inclusion in Somalia cofunded by UNESCO and the European Union and implemented by the Italian NGO International Committee for the Development of People CISP between 2018 and 2019 a Teachers Guide for Culture and Arts activities in schools was developed in English and Somali languages
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 webinar supports media in the Eastern African region to deconstruct misinformation, hate speech, and racism during COVID-19 pandemic
On 14 April 2020 UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa organized an online conference for media stakeholders from the region to discuss their role in fighting misinformation discrimination and hate speech linked to the COVID19 pandemic as well as the opportunity for promoting cultural diversity and intercultural dialogue
Global Partners’ Meeting of the Teachers/Teaching and Learning Cluster of the Education Response to COVID-19 coordinated by UNESCO Nairobi/IICBA/IITE, 28 April 2020
Seychelles prepares the reopening of its National Museum during the COVID-19 pandemic
Signage put in place in the National Museum of Seychelles to promote safe physical distancing and hand sanitizing measures while visiting the museum ©Seychelles National MuseumBeryl Ondiek