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Public Sector: Public partners of the World Heritage Centre group stakeholders that have an institutional link with one or more States. Governmental agencies are official institutions between a State party to the World Heritage Convention and the World Heritage Centre. National agencies and public universities are state organs or government-sponsored organs, that are part of the implementation of the State policy. Finally, international agencies are intergovernmental organizations gathering States to take measures at a regional or international level.
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The African World Heritage Fund (AWHF) strives towards the effective conservation and protection of Africa’s natural and cultural heritage. AWHF is for African Union (AU) member states that ...

Country: Australia
The objective of this Fund-in-Trust is to support, through UNESCO, activities related to the World Heritage Convention in the Asia-Pacific region. These include the identification, conservation ...

Belgium Funds-in-Trust

The Centre cooperates closely with the biodiversity related Conventions, individually and also through the mechanism of the Biodiversity Liaison Group (BLG). The BLG is composed of the Heads of ...

Align with the principles expressed by the States Parties in the Yaoundé Declaration March 1999, The Central Africa Forests Commission (COMIFAC) is the only authority in term of ...

Country: France
Principles of the agreement Signed in 1997, the Co-operation Agreement between UNESCO and the Government of France for the protection and enhancement of the monumental, urban and natural ...

The Cultural Heritage Administration of the Republic of Korea supported the preservation of the Complex of Koguryo Tombs in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea since 2000. Intended to ...

With its offices in Berlin and Bonn and a network of around 230 missions abroad, the Federal Foreign Office maintains Germany’s relations with other countries as well as with international and ...

Country: Belgium
Following the 24th session of the World Heritage Committee in December 2000, a project was financed by Flemish authorities to support the development of World Heritage management capacity in the ...

Country: France
The FGEF is a bilateral fund which was set up in 1994 by the French government following the Rio Summit. It aims to promote a stronger international cooperation in the sustainable development ...

Country: Belgium
In 2010, the Government of Flanders (Kingdom of Belgium) signed an agreement with UNESCO establishing a Trust Fund that will, among others, support the World Heritage Marine Programme activities. ...

Country: Germany
Gesellschaft Für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ), the German government's implementing agency for technical development and co-operation, assists developing countries to conserve and use ...

Country: France
ICOMOS - the International Council on Monuments and Sites - is an international non governmental organisation that is comprised of professionals, experts, representatives from local authorities, ...

Country: Italy
The Italian government and UNESCO have entered into a joint agreement to enhance their cooperation within the framework of the 1972 Convention Concerning the Protection of the Cultural and ...

Country: Japan
Objective The purpose of the Funds-in-Trust is to preserve the tangible cultural heritage such as historic monuments and archaeological remains of great value. Activities financed by the ...

Country: Netherlands
The UNESCO/Netherlands Funds-in-Trust (NFiT) co-operation to support the World Heritage Centre was established in 2001 by the Netherlands Ministry of Education, Culture and Sciences with the ...

Country: Norway
The Norwegian Government supports many initiatives vital for UNESCO's mandate. Norway participation in UNESCO's activities is broad and diversified. As the fourth largest donor to UNESCO in ...

Country: Belgium
The Belgian Federal Science Policy Office was previously known as the 'Federal Office for Scientific, Technical and Cultural Affairs' (OSTC). This name change follows the Copernic reform of ...

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