MALAYSIA-UNESCO COOPERATION PROGRAMME

UNESCO Centres Draft Water Management Curricula for Africa

On 24-25 July 2019, UNESCO Jakarta organized the “Workshop for the Drafting of Water Management Curriculum for Africa” in Jakarta. Five water-related Category 2 Centres and Chairs in Africa and Asia: Regional Centre for Integrated River Basin Management (Nigeria),...
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Workshop for the Drafting of Water Management Curriculum for Africa: Upscaling Water Security to Meet Local, Regional, and Global Challenges – Designing Local Ecohydrology and IWRM Educational Resources for Africa

  The Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) addresses water management in a holistic manner, integrating the management of water resources with ecosystem services, human health, ecological sustainability, economic growth, poverty alleviation, gender...
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Six Heritage Cities from Asia, Pacific and Africa Gather In Penang to Exchange Knowledge about Strengthening Resilience against Disaster Risks

Heritage authorities from six heritage cities in Asia, Pacific and Africa gather in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, from 20 to 21 June 2019 to attend a workshop entitled “Experience Sharing Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Strategy among Heritage Cities in...
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Building National and Local Capacity on Measuring SETI for SDGs in the Asia and the Pacific Region

     UNESCO Office Jakarta, as the regional Science Bureau for Asia and the Pacific, jointly with the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs (KEMENKOMAR) and the Maritime Local Government Network (LGN) organized a Regional Workshop on building national and...
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Experience Sharing Workshop on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Strategy among Heritage Cities in Southeast Asia, Pacific and Africa

    This workshop is convened to share knowledge, experience as well as learning points among the five pilot heritage cities about the development of each site’s strategy, particularly between Melaka and George Town (Malaysia), Semarang Old Town (Indonesia),...
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Inception of Valorisation of Evidence on Inclusive Social Development in Southern Africa- Malawi

UNESCO Regional Office for Southern Africa in partnership with the Institute for International Cooperation of the Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V. (DVV), and the German Adult Education Association will organize an inception workshop on valorisation of evidence on...
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Synergistic Cooperation to  Empower South-South Cooperation

Madame Audrey Azoulay

Madame Audrey Azoulay

Director-General of UNESCO

“UNESCO has clear skills to provide for the Agenda 2030 and for the Paris Agreement on climate within the United Nations System. It requires from us more effort to build alliances with other stakeholders: UN agencies of course, States, regional organizations, network of national commissions, cities, civil society initiatives.”

Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad

Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad

Prime Minister of Malaysia

“We believe in the goodness of cooperation, that a prosperous and stable neighbour would contribute to our own prosperity and stability”

 

Dr. Maszlee Malik

Dr. Maszlee Malik

Minister of Education and President of the Malaysian National Commission for UNESCO

“We acknowledge that member states’ involvement is duly required to strengthen the efficiency of the means of action, and help to position UNESCO for 2030. And just like other member states, we are ready and look forward to being part of the journey