11/25/2022 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/25/2022 11:25
The agreement foresees the provision of USD 3 million to implement projects that focus on UNESCO and Alwaleed Philanthropies overarching priorities.
The Morocco project will focus on know-how and skills development for employment and entrepreneurship, supporting the reform of the Moroccan Textile and Leather sector, notably through the improvement of training. 1,800 young people will receive training as well as 500 mentors, at least 50% of whom are women.
In Argentina and Tanzania UNESCO will mobilise cultural institutions as knowledge hubs through innovative technology and educational programmes. The project will support the cultural sector with the aim of expanding job opportunities in culture-related employment.