UNESCO Office, Cairo - Regional Bureau for Sciences in the Arab States (ROSTAS)
Bureau régional de l'UNESCO de science et de technologie pour les Etats arabes
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1947 Cairo Egypt
1947, Cairo (Egypt), within the framework of B-XB3383 - UNESCO. Agreement between UNESCO and host country: 25 Apr 1952. Sometimes referred to as UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science in the Arab States -- Bureau régional de l'UNESCO de science pour les Etats arabes. From 1995, also functions as UNESCO Cairo Office (UCO) -- Bureau de l'UNESCO au Caire.
Contribute to the scientific development of Arab member states of UNESCO through planning and implementation of UNESCO's decentralized science and informatics programme for the region; support the national host country in implementing education and culture programmes.
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General Conference (every 2 years); Executive Board; Secretariat.
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