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.

1140

Projects

1131

Ongoing

9

Completed

Regional scope

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

Spending Plan

USD 261,232K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 20,368K

Country-specific

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

Spending Plan

USD 824,660K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 66,113K

Global scope

Includes programmes, projects and activities with a global impact.

Spending Plan

USD 170,631K

Incurred Expenditures

USD 14,758K

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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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
465BRZ3007 Criança Esperança Programme Fund - 2008 Brazil 85,836,794 82,754,999 2008-07-17 2026-03-31