United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa (UNETPSA)
Programme d'enseignement et de formation des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique australe
Established by the General Assembly of A-XA3375 - United Nations (UN), in resolution 2349 (XXII), by integrating earlier special programmes to assist persons from Namibia, South Africa, Southern Rhodesia and Territories under Portuguese administration in Africa. As the last students from Zimbabwe completed the courses for which their awards were granted under General Assembly resolution 35/30 of 11 Nov 1980, the Programme then granted scholarship assistance only to students from South Africa and for transitional period also to students from Namibia.
Provide comprehensive financial assistance for the education and training of students from South Africa and Namibia.
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Together with U-XF6307 - United Nations Trust Fund for South Africa (UNTFSA) and U-XF2548 - United Nations Trust Fund for Publicity against Apartheid, was administered by U-XE9770 - United Nations Centre Against Apartheid (UN/CAA). The U-XK1109 - Advisory Committee on the United Nations Educational and Training Programme for Southern Africa established by the Assembly in the resolution 2431 (XXIII) of 18 Dec 1968.
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