Projects

Projects are a sequence of budgeted activities, regardless of the source of funding, that contribute to the Organization's Outputs and must be completed within an agreed timeframe. Projects can include sub-activities and can be linked to a wider Programme.

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Every year UNESCO supports an extensive range of projects worldwide.
The size of the bubbles displayed in the "Beneficiary" view corresponds to planned expenditures by country. Planned expenditures related to a regional or global scope are not represented on this map. The "Contributor" view displays cash received for voluntary contributions and invoiced assessed contributions, by country.

1680

Projects

1631

Ongoing

49

Completed

Regional scope

Includes programmes, projects and activities designed to benefit one or more regions as a whole.

Spending Plan

USD 348,112K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 109,603K

Country-specific

Includes programmes, projects and activities designed to benefit one or more countries.

Spending Plan

USD 1,127,863K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 346,986K

Global scope

Includes programmes, projects and activities with a global impact.

Spending Plan

USD 232,398K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 77,138K

Projects

Projects are a sequence of budgeted activities, regardless of the source of funding, that contribute to the Organization's Outputs and must be completed within an agreed timeframe. Projects can include sub-activities and can be linked to a wider Programme.
Sources of funding
Objectives
Results
Geographical Scope
Implementation
Note: For projects with multiple beneficiaries, the distribution of budget and expenditure figures at the beneficiary level is based on indicative percentages.
Beneficiary Country / Region
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