UNESCO affirms partnership with key partners for sustainable development in Tanzania

UNESCO Officer in Charge, Mr Michel Toto, has met with Ms Mahoua Parums, UNHCR Representative in Tanzania, H. E. Didier Chassot, Ambassador of Switzerland and H. E. Nabil Hajlaoui, Ambassador of France in meetings during which they exchanged views on future cooperation. Each of the key partners has a longstanding relationship with UNESCO, particularly of more significance, with the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) recently launched in May 2022 by H.E Philip Mpango, the Vice President of the United Republic of Tanzania.

The UNSDCF defines a plan to achieve the National Development Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This framework provides a basis for information to advance, in all its forms, towards reaching the set targets of the Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2063 in Tanzania.

UNESCO collaborates with UN agencies and partners, contributing to outcomes in all four pillars of the cooperation framework, and delivering results in education, science, culture, and communication and information for people, planet, prosperity and peace in Tanzania.

UNESCO looks to strengthen its resources and partnerships with Government, donors and partners, media organizations and technology companies to support and sustain these crucial efforts.

 

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