UNESCO Co-Action Programme (Co-Action)
Programme Co-action de l'UNESCO
1950, within the framework of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Also referred to as UNESCO Co-operative Action Programme. Ceased to exist, Apr 2006.
Provide aid to projects in developing countries, conceived and carried out by local leaders at the community level.Available with paid subscription only.
Each year about 30 projects originating from developing countries receive financial assistance from the Programme. Projects are generally submitted to Co-Action Programme Section, UNESCO or through international non-governmental organizations. Priority is given to projects in the least developed countries in the fields of competence of UNESCO, particularly, development of education; eradication of poverty, and to those aimed at the most disadvantaged groups: children (street children and children of war) women, the physically disabled and refugees. The Programme then provides liaison between projects and donors for whatever period is required.
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