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UNESCO lauds effort for achieving MDGs

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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UNESCO support mainstreaming of girls' access to education in RAHA community

Islamabad - 29 January 2014: UNESCO Regional Director for Asia and Pacific, Gwang-Jo Kim emphasized the need for quality education to the students with improved educational facilities through well trained teachers. He expressed
these remarks on the occasion of Gender and Education Forum in Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA) community organized by UNESCO Islamabad. The event was attended by representatives of UNESCO, UNHCR, UNDP, Embassy of Japan, civil society organizations and youth and women besides officials of the government.
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UNESCO support education and appreciate efforts for preservation of Gandharan culture

Islamabad - 30 January 2014: UNESCO Regional Director for Asia and Pacific, Gwang-Jo Kim on a one day tour reached Peshawar and attended various events. He expressed UNESCO support for the skills development programme
and barrier free access to learners with disabilities in non formal sector for youths residing in and around the Refugee Affected and Hosting Areas (RAHA II) of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA. He appreciated the rich Gandhars culture which is well preserved by the Department of Culture, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during his visit to Peshawar Museum.
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UNESCO support government initiatives for protection and promotion of cultural heritages of Pakistan

Islamabad - 31 January 2014: Gwang-Jo Kim, Director, UNESCO Asia and Pacific visited the World Heritage Site, Rohtas Fort of Punjab province. Kozue Kay Nagata, Director/Representative UNESCO Islamabad and other senior colleagues
were also present on the occasion. Officials of the Rohtas Fort received the guests. Gwang-Jo Kim showed keen interest in the fort and appreciated the rich and diverse heritage of Pakistan. He expressed UNESCO's commitment to continue supporting the government's protection effort of the World Heritage Sites in Pakistan and shared the idea that Rohtas Fort might be better preserved and protected if the community, local youths and school children living within the forth premise were involved and given the feeling of ownership.
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