Culture of peace

Rebirth of a Nation. ©UNESCO PEER 1990
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Rebirth of a Nation

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UNESCO-PEER (Programme for Education for Emergencies and Reconstruction) began its existence in Mogadishu, Somalia, in January 1993. From its humble beginnings, UNESCO-PEER now has a strong regional presence in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa, where it responds to emergency, conflict and post-conflict situations.
This film is about the rehabilitation of the education in Somalia, as well as in the refugee camps around

Place/Country: Somalia
Series: UNESCO PEER - Education for Peace
Type: Documentary
Credits: Philip Ondeng, director ; John Nzimolo, director. Media Productions Ltd, Nairobi, producer. Denise Brettshneider, producer. UNESCO-PEER, co-producer ; Cooperzione Italiana, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: UNESCO-PEER

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