|Islamabad - 2 October 2014: UNESCO, UNICEF, ILO and WFP, in collaboration with the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, Government of Pakistan organized a conference here in Islamabad to mark|
World Teachers' Day 2014. This year's theme for the Day is "Invest in the future, invest in teachers". In relation to the importance of this observance, the Pakistan Education for All (EFA) Review Report 2015 was also launched during the conference. Read more...
Joint message on World Teachers' Day
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|Islamabad - 10 September 2014: To fully tap the potential of higher education institutions to meet the present and future needs of Pakistan and make sure the higher education is on track towards sustainable development, COMSATS|
Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) in collaboration with UNESCO Islamabad, British Council Pakistan and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) organized an event in Islamabad.
The event, "The World Beyond 2015: Is Higher Education Ready?" brought together experts who shared their opinions and recommendations in regards to the challenges and role of higher education with special reference to the Post-2015 development agenda. Read more...
Can you imagine looking at this article and not being able to read it? For those of us who learned to read and write at an early age, reading and writing are very much a part of our daily lives. However, for 53 percent of Pakistani women and 28 percent of Pakistani men over the age of 15 (UNESCO projections for 2015), information that we take for granted is not readily accessible.
Every year on 8 September International Literacy Day is observed throughout the world. Two of the Education for All (EFA) goals adopted in 2000 and to be achieved by 2015, focus on literacy. Goal 4includes "Achieving a 50 per cent improvement in levels of adult literacy by 2015, especially for women" and Goal 6 has to do with quality of education and achievement of measurable learning outcomes, especially in literacy, numeracy and essential life skills. Read more...
DG Message on International Literacy Day
|Islamabad - 29 May 2014: To improve human security by fostering peace and multi-sectoral development initiatives, UNESCO Islamabad launched the Trust Fund for Human Security (TFHS) Project in Islamabad.|
|The initiative is part of the One UN Programme II (2013-2017) for Pakistan. The project will be implemented over a period of two years with cost of USD 2.1 million in Union Council Musazai Sharif of D.I.Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Read more...|
|Islamabad - 11 February 2014: UNESCO Director-General, Ms. Irina Bokova who arrived in Islamabad on Wednesday, February 5th 2014 as a state guest concluded her visit on February 7th. Upon her arrival she was received by Mrs. Saira Afzal Tarar,|
State Minister Health, Mr. Khalid Hanif, Additional Secretary at Ministry of Education, Training and Standards in Higher Education, Dr. Kozue Kay Nagata, Country Director UNESCO Islamabad and other key officials and staff. Read more...
President of Pakistan Mr. Mamnoon Hussain conferred Hilal-i-Pakistan to Director General UNESCO
UNESCO and Pakistan's Education Ministry launches Malala Funds-in-Trust
Exclusive interview on PTV News and PTV World
DG UNESCO met senior officials and representatives of the government, UN, civil society organizations in Islamabad
Ms. Irina Bokova lauded efforts for the preservation, protection and promotion of natural heritages of Pakistan
President conferred Hilal-i-Pakistan to UNESCO's DG
Malala Funds launched in-Trust for Girls' Education
DG visits Taxila, Pakistan World Heritage Site and Lok Virsa
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DG Interview with Radio Pakistan
|Islamabad - 29 January 2014: UNESCO Regional Director for Asia and Pacific, Gwang-Jo Kim appreciated Pakistan efforts towards achieving Millennium Development Goals. He was addressing on the occasion of the regional launch event of|
the 11th Education for All Global Monitoring Report this year, Teaching and learning: Achieving quality for all, held in Islamabad. The event was attended by ministers and officials of the government of Pakistan, Afghanistan and other delegates and teachers from India, Bangladesh and representatives of the United Nations in Pakistan, civil society organizations, media and representatives of UNESCO.
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Panel Discussion on GMR with UNESCO Regional and Country Director at Diplomatic Enclave on PTV World English
|Islamabad - 1st February 2014: UNESCO Regional Director for Asia and Pacific, Gwang- Jo Kim's four day mission to Pakistan concluded on Friday. During his visit, Gwang-Jo Kim met important government and|
UN officials, and attended several events and programmes. Read more...
UNESCO lauds effort for achieving MDGs
UNESCO support mainstreaming of girls' access to education in
UNESCO support education and appreciate efforts for preservation of
UNESCO support government initiatives for protection and promotion of
cultural heritages of Pakistan
|08-09-2014||Message by Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of the International Literacy Day|
|12-08-2014||Message from Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of the International Youth Day|
|09-08-2014||Message from Ms Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of International Day of the World's Indigenous People|