ResiliArt|Kenya’s third debate aimed at bridging the gap between policy and practice
ResiliArtKenya debate poster©Michael Soi
The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities.
The UNESCO Nairobi Science Sector Compiles a variety of educational resources to assist students in Africa continent especially from vulnerable and poor communities
How the Republic of Korea flattened the COVID-19 curve: openness, transparency and democracy
The Republic of Korea discovered its first COVID19 case on 20 January 2020 The Korean Centres for Disease Control immediately organized a meeting with biomedicine companies to provide the genetic map of the coronavirus released by the WHO and to ask them to develop test kits After two weeks the test kits were developed and approved for use after one week On 20 February 2020 the number of cases began to explode in and around the City of Daegu to nearly 9000 cases in less than a month making the Republic of Korea one of the most dangerous places in the world The size and the speed of the outbreak seemed to be uncontrollable
Kenya’s Minister for Culture receives ResiliArt|Kenya Recommendations
Online Meeting with Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Sports Culture and Heritage Hon Amb Amina Mohamed to transmit ResiliArtKenya Recommendations ©UNESCOJudith Ogana