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THE 2017 CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE UNESCO CREATIVE CITIES NETWORK

180px UNESCO.svgUntil 16 June, midnight CET, cities around the world can submit their application to join the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN).
Created in 2004, the UCCN fosters international cooperation with and between cities that have identified creativity as a strategic driver and enabler for sustainable urban regeneration and development.
Today the Network brings together 116 cities from 54 countries, working towards common objectives: placing creativity and cultural industries at the core of local development plans, and actively cooperating through inter-city partnerships at the international level.

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WORLD BOOK CAPITAL CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2019

180px UNESCO.svgThrough  the  World  Book  Capital  programme,  UNESCO  acknowledges  the cities  commitment  for  promoting  books  and  fostering  reading  during  a  12 months period between one World Book and Copyright Day and the next (23 April).

2019 call for applications
Application Form

REGISTER NOW FOR THE WORLD BANK MOOC ON FINANCING FOR DEVELOPMENT

The World Bank launches a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Financing for Development. The course will start on 1 March 2017.  
The four-week online course will discuss approaches currently being considered by global leaders to finance the sustainable development agenda. Key concepts, terminology, sources of development finance, and the need for increased use of Official Development Assistance (ODA) and innovative financing solutions will be covered.

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OBITUARY : YAOUNDE 6 COUNCIL

The National president of the UCCC announces with deep sorrow to all the members of the association, the death of Paul Martin Lolo, Mayor of Yaoundé 6e  Council. The death occured on the 10th january 2017. In this unhappy circumstance, the national president and the other members of the association extend their saddest condolences to the bereaved family.

COP22 : LES MEILLEURES PRATIQUES DE LA COMMUNE DE BANGANGTE PRIMEES

Pour ses bonnes pratiquecop22courtess en général et sa latrine écologique en particulier mise sur pied depuis 4 ans, la maire de Bangangté et non moins présidente du Réseau des femmes élues locales d’Afrique (REFELA-Cam, Célestine Ketcha Courtès, a reçu un Trophée du ministre marocain de l'Énergie, des Mines, de l'Eau et de l'Environnement, au cours du Sommet des élus régionaux et locaux à Marrakech (Maroc) ayant pour thème : «Financer la mutation durable des territoires», le 15 novembre 2016.

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