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Planning Meeting for the Project "Extending Flood Warning and Management Capacity of Pakistan and Indus River Basin countries"

Islamabad - 4/5 May 2015: Two-day meeting was held in Islamabad between UNESCO and implementing partners in Pakistan to plan the implementation of the Government of Japan funded project 'Extending Flood
Warning and Management Capacity of Pakistan and Indus River Basin countries'. Senior officials from Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), Federal Flood Commission (FFC), Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), Peshawar University, University of Punjab, National University of Science and Technology (NUST) attend the meeting. Read more...

World Press Freedom Day 2015 commemorated in Islamabad

Islamabad - 4 May 2015: UNESCO and Media House Islamabad marked the World Press Freedom Day 2015 by organizing a debate on "Towards Better Reporting in Digital Age" under the global theme, Let Journalism Thrive!
Towards Better Reporting, Gender Equality, & Media Safety in the Digital Age. Read more...
 Press Release, UNESCO Pakistan Tweets, Radio Report
 Press Clipping   Daily Times | Tribune | Dawn | The Nation | Channel 24 | Pakistan Press Foundation
 Freedom of Expression in Pakistan, a continue struggle

Education for All Global Monitoring Report 2015 launched in Islamabad

Islamabad, 22 April 2015: UNESCO Islamabad in collaboration with Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi and other partners organized national launching ceremony of the twelfth and final report of the Global Monitoring Report (GMR). The report is the final in the GMR series. Read more...
 Press Release En | Ur
 Press Clippings  Daily Times | Dawn | The Nation | Tribune | BBC Urdu | The News

Government of Japan and UNESCO signed an agreement of $ 4.05 million for strengthening flood warning system in Pakistan

Islamabad - 10 March 2015: To further improve the flood warning and management capacity of the Government of Pakistan, the Government of Japan and UNESCO agreed to implement second phase of the flood warning system in
Pakistan. The project signing ceremony was held in Islamabad and was attended by H.E. Mr. Kazuyuki Nakane, Parliamentary Vice-Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan, Mr. Takashi Katae, Charges d'Affaires ad interim of Japan to Pakistan and Mr. Mitsuyoshi Kawasaki, Chief Representative of JICA Pakistan Office along with Representative/ Director of UNESCO Islamabad, Ms. Vibeke Jensen. Read more...
 Press Release
 Press Clipping   Dawn | The Nation | The News | Relief Web | Business Recorder

UNESCO Islamabad and World Radio Day celebrations in Pakistan

Efforts to recognize the importance of Youth and Radio marked on the occasion of fourth anniversary of World Radio Day in Pakistan
Radio for youth- radio with youth and radio by youth, discussions unfolded to UNESCO call for greater participation of young people in radio

Islamabad, 13 February 2015: To mark the fourth commemoration of World Radio Day 2015, UNESCO Islamabad in collaboration with Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (Radio Pakistan) and Institute of Educational Technology, Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) organized different events in Islamabad. These includes Talk show, dialogue and panel discussion.
 Exclusive Interview of Ms. Irina Bokova, DG UNESCO
 Panel discussion: Significance of Radio in Globalized World and Empowering Youth through Radio
 Dialogue organized by Institute of Educational Technology (AIOU) and UNESCO

Experts call for devising effective strategies and roadmap for engineering qualification standardization in Pakistan and the Asia-Pacific Region

Islamabad - 10 January 2015: UNESCO Islamabad and Jakarta Offices organized a national dialogue and international meeting aimed at Developing a Roadmap on Engineering Qualification Standardization. The two day event was organized
in Islamabad in partnership with the Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC), the International Science, Technology and Innovation Center for South-South Cooperation, under the auspices of UNESCO (ISTIC), the Federation of Engineering Institutions of Asia and the Pacific (FEIAP) and Economic Cooperation Organization Science Foundation (ECOSF). Read more...
 Press Release
 Press Clipping   Daily Times | The News | Tribune

United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security project launched for the conflict stricken area of D.I.Khan

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...

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