UNESCO Regional Office for Education in the Arab States (UNEDBAS)
Bureau régional de 'Unesco de l'éducation pour les Etats arabes
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1961 Beirut Lebanon
1961, Beirut (Lebanon), by B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as Arab Centre for Administration and Training of Education Personnel (ASCATEP). Present name adopted 1972. Also referred to as UNESCO Office for Education in the Arab States -- Bureau de l'UNESCO de l'éducation pour les Etats arabes and as UNESCO/UNEDBAS. From 1995, functions as UNESCO Beirut Office -- Bureau de l'UNESCO à Beirut.
Enhance national efforts directed to the development of educational systems in the Arab region.
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Office of the Director. Divisions (4): Educational Planning, Administration, Economics and Facilities; Primary Education, Literacy, Adult Education and Education for Rural Development, Technical and Vocational Education; Higher Education, Training of Educational Personnel; Population Education, HIV/AIDS. Editorial Committees; Administrative Unit; Translation and Dissemination Section; Supporting Services.
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