Call for projects to be submitted for UNESCO's 2022-2023 participation program

Dit item is gearchiveerd op 14-02-2022.

ORANJESTAD - The National UNESCO Commission of Aruba invites NGOs and youth organizations in particular, whose area of work falls under the mandate of UNESCO, to submit funding applications for projects under the 2022-2023 Participation Program. 

The projects should be related to education promotion, science, culture, communication & information. Preference will be given to projects that have a clear added value for Aruba as a "Small Island Developing State", are interdisciplinary, aim to improve the position of youth and/or women, and/or are in line with the activities of the National UNESCO Commission Aruba. 

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)The funding has a maximum of US$ 26,000 per project and can be applied to cover costs related to: 

  • The services of specialists and consultants-excluding personnel costs and administrative support;
  • study and research grants;
  • publications, journals, documentation, translation, and reproduction;
  • supplies and equipment (other than vehicles);
  • conferences, meeting, translation and interpretation services, travel expenses of participants (excluding those of UNESCO staff);
  • seminars and training courses. 

You must submit the detailed application in English and digital form, by February 15, 2022, via the e-mail address A special application form detailing the various requirements is available (digitally). For more information, you may contact the National UNESCO Commission Aruba:

  • Telephone: 528-3472, 528-3524 or 528-3474
  • E-mail:  

On Tuesday, January 18, 2022, the Secretariat of the National UNESCO Commission Aruba will host a virtual information session/meeting from 17:00-18:00. Advance registration for the session is advisable. To do so, please use the link below:  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with information about participating in the meeting.

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