The Republic of Korea has brought its support to UNESCO’s Girls’ Right to Education Programme in Pakistan with the signing of an agreement between UNESCO Director-General Audrey Azoulay and the country’s Ambassador and Permanent Delegate to UNESCO, Mr Lee Byong-hyun, on 23 March 2017.
The USD 3.4 million project with the Korea International Cooperation Agency will support national capacity building to realize girls’ right to education in Pakistan’s Punjab province and Gilgit-Baltistan, through interventions targeting education officials, community leaders, teachers and parents.
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**Title: Senior Project Officer
Organizational Unit: UNESCO Office for Iraq, Culture
Duty station: Baghdad, Iraq
Position No.: 5IQCLT0007PA
Type of contract: Project Appointment
Annual salary: Approx. 99 259 USD **
Duration of contract 1 year with possibility of extension depending on availability of funds and performance