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1 ex United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Executive Board Hundred and fifty-fifth Session 155 EX/35 PARIS, 2 September 1998 Original: English/French Item 8.2 of the provisional agenda REPORT ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE SUMMARY The Director-General submits this document to the Executive Board pursuant to 154 EX/Decision 7.6 and within the framework of 29 C/Resolution 51, Part II, paragraph 4. This report presents the situation for the Participation Programme as at 1 July 1998 and contains the following information: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) the distribution of funds for requests by region and by programme sector; a list of requests and the amount for each Member State; a list by priority groups (developing countries, women, youth); an analysis of requests by geographical coverage; a list of financial contributions from the Participation Programme to Member States accorded by the Director-General under C. Emergency assistance; a table, by biennium, region and country showing the number of requests with outstanding financial reports; examples of requests in specific fields. Decision required: paragraph 8.

2 155 EX/35 - page 2 1. This report deals with the implementation of the Participation Programme since the beginning of the biennium. It enables an overall view to be gained of the state of execution of the programme as at 15 August In accordance with 29 C/Resolution 51, Part II, paragraph 4, and with 154 EX/Decision 7.6, this document presents a series of tables containing information which shows how the Participation Programme works: Table I: Table II: Table III: Table IV: Table V: Table VI: Breakdown of funds by region and by sector; Number of requests and amounts by country; Breakdown by priority target; Analysis of requests by region; Breakdown of emergency assistance; Statement of financial reports outstanding since the biennium; Table VII: Examples of requests in specific fields. 3. As proposed at the 154th session of the Executive Board, the Participation Programme Unit sent each Member State a recapitulative table of the requests submitted, reporting on the situation in regard to each request. 4. With regard to implementation of the requests and in accordance with 29 C/Resolution 51, paragraph 7(e), stipulating that funding should, to the extent possible, be allocated no later than 30 days before the start of the activity, the Participation Programme Unit has to contend with the fact that many financial reports remain outstanding. This prevents the Secretariat from making payments relating to recently requests. The Executive Board will find a table attached which states for each country the number of financial reports outstanding by country and by biennium (Table VI). 5. In the context of emergency assistance missions and under development co-operation arrangements, the Participation Programme Unit carried out operations directly on behalf of several Member States for the purpose of strengthening educational and computer systems in liaison with the National Commissions of those countries. Such missions concerned the following countries: the Republic of the Congo (100 tonnes of educational equipment and school materials); Lao People s Democratic Republic (30 computers for the Ecole Normale Supérieure and the Ecole Polytechnique); Jordan (2 tonnes of equipment for disabled children and educational toys); Peru (water purification equipment in order to help populations to cope with the disasters caused by El Niño ). The Director of the Participation Programme is responsible, at the Director-General s request, for ensuring co-ordination of the planned actions, and leads a working group within the Secretariat. 6. All the actions implemented under paragraph 5 were carried out in partnership, involving both financial and material support, with Member States, with major international enterprises and with intergovernmental organizations. They were also implemented in close collaboration with the other agencies of the United Nations system, in particular UNDP and UNIDO.

3 155 EX/35 - page 3 7. At its 154th session, the Executive Board asked that an evaluation report be prepared for its 159th session on the effectiveness of the projects implemented under the Participation Programme in order to enable the Secretariat to produce a document reflecting the reality of the results obtained under the Participation Programme. It should be noted that, generally speaking, and despite the relevant resolutions taken in this regard at the 28th and 29th sessions of the General Conference (28 C/Resolution 12.1 and 29 C/Resolution 51), the Secretariat receives a very limited number of evaluation reports. 8. The Executive Board may wish to adopt a decision along the following lines: The Executive Board, 1. Having examined document 155 EX/35, 2. Appreciates the information provided in this report as requested in 29 C/Resolution 51, Part II, paragraph 4, and in 154 EX/Decision 7.6; 3. Confirms the need to strengthen the operational efficiency of the Participation Programme and Emergency Assistance Unit so as to ensure the timeliness and efficiency of all payments for financial contributions; 4. Invites the Director-General to follow closely the point raised in 29 C/Resolution 51, Part II, paragraph 6, when preparing draft document 30 C/5, on significant increases in the Participation Programme budget line, taking into consideration the necessity to better meet the needs of Member States and to reduce the number of draft resolutions submitted to the General Conference.

4 155 EX/35 - page 4 Table I Participation Programme Breakdown of funds by region and by sector as at 1 July 1998 Part II.A Part III Region Sector ED SC SHS CLT CII CPP BRX () () () () () () () Total () National 2,072, , , , ,130 26, ,000 3,800,880 Regional 160, , , , ,000 70,000 60,000 1,528,230 Africa Subregional 265,000 26,000 30,000 65,000 25, ,000 Interregional 40,000 12,000 30,000 15,000 97,000 Subtotal 2,537, , , ,300 1,039, , ,000 5,837,110 National 944, , , , , ,000 2,611,900 Asia and Regional 156,000 82,000 99, ,000 60,000 48, ,000 the Pacific Subregional 219,000 94, ,000 44,000 30,000 55, ,000 Interregional 20,000 50,000 40,000 26, ,000 Subtotal 1,339, , , , ,000 56, ,000 3,926,900 Europe National 235, , ,200 87, ,000 45, ,550 (Group I) Regional 140,000 88, ,000 59,000 20,000 59,000 35, ,800 Subregional 45,000 20,000 20,000 35,000 28, ,000 Interregional 211, , , ,555 62,000 35,000 1,072,555 Subtotal 631, , , , ,000 94,000 80,000 2,620,905 Europe National 184,000 65, , ,000 34,000 45, ,000 (Group II) Regional 150, , , ,000 89, ,200 Subregional 42,500 61, , , ,500 Interregional 151, , , , ,700 Subtotal 527, , , , ,000 45,000 2,367,400 Arab States National 541, , , , ,700 80,500 1,378,544 Regional 75,000 55,000 46,000 50,000 60,000 25, ,000 Subregional 35,000 25,000 60,000 Interregional 35,000 70,000 83, ,000 Subtotal 651, , , , , ,500 1,937,544 Latin America National 1,129, , , , ,500 91,000 84,500 2,666,105 and the Regional 287, , , , ,650 25,000 1,517,750 Caribbean Subregional 120,000 26, ,000 Interregional 52,500 45,000 65, ,000 60,000 50, ,500 IGO Subtotal 1,468, , ,900 1,098, , , ,500 4,766,355 National Regional 60,000 20,000 40,000 40, ,000 Subregional 20,000 20,000 Interregional 17,500 17,500 Subtotal 77,500 20,000 60,000 40, ,500 NGO National 103,000 90,000 66,000 26,000 10, ,000 Regional 321,000 78,000 80, ,000 70,000 88,000 35, ,000 Subregional 30,000 30,000 Interregional 26, ,000 65,000 25,000 30,000 10, ,000 Subtotal 450, , , ,000 96, ,000 45,000 1,561,000 TOTAL 7,684,294 2,850,705 3,367,780 4,403,955 2,589,330 1,167,650 1,151,000 23,214,714

5 155 EX/35 - page 5 Table II Participation Programme * Number of requests and amounts by country as at 1 July 1998 Region Country MS 1 NGO 2 Africa South Africa 9 220,400 Angola 6 120,000 Benin 6 125, ,000 Botswana 7 129,000 Burkina Faso 6 90,000 Burundi 8 145,000 Cameroon 6 132,000 Cape Verde 1 15,000 Comoros 4 46,000 Congo 3 55,000 Côte d Ivoire , ,000 Djibouti 5 70,000 Eritrea 5 84,000 Ethiopia 6 106,000 Gabon ,000 Gambia ,000 Ghana 6 144,000 Guinea 6 83,000 Equatorial Guinea 6 123,000 Guinea-Bissau 4 60,000 Kenya 7 132,500 Lesotho 7 148,230 Liberia 7 150,000 Madagascar 7 136,000 Malawi 6 103,000 Mali ,000 Mauritius 3 55,000 Mozambique 6 124,000 Namibia 6 107,000 Niger 6 120,000 Nigeria 7 154,000 Uganda 7 166,000 Central African Republic 3 65,000 Democratic Republic of the Congo 6 108,000 Rwanda 7 119,200 Sao Tome and Principe 4 75,730 Senegal 9 172, ,000 Seychelles 6 128,000 Sierra Leone 5 85,000 Somalia 2 65,000 Swaziland 7 135,000 * For technical reasons the French alphabetical order has been maintained. 1. Requests submitted by Member States. 2. Requests submitted by NGOs whose activities are conducted on the territory of the Member State.

6 155 EX/35 - page 6 Region Country MS NGO United Republic of Tanzania 4 72,000 Chad 5 97,750 Togo ,000 Zambia 8 168,300 Zimbabwe 5 93,000 Asia and Afghanistan 1 50,000 the Pacific Australia 5 135,000 Bangladesh 8 172,000 Bhutan 5 80,000 Cambodia 4 79,000 China 5 115,000 Fiji 5 104,000 Cook Islands 4 49,000 Marshall Islands 4 69,000 Solomon Islands 3 105,000 India 6 156,000 Indonesia 3 55,000 Iran, Islamic Republic of 4 76,000 Japan 5 124,000 Kazakhstan 3 52,000 Kiribati 4 76,000 Kyrgyzstan 5 106,000 Lao People s Democratic Republic 9 157,800 Malaysia 4 82,000 Maldives 6 41,000 Mongolia 5 106,000 Myanmar 5 129,000 Nauru 4 72,000 Nepal 6 99,000 Niue 5 91,000 New Zealand 6 103,000 Uzbekistan 5 114,000 Pakistan 6 159,000 Papua New Guinea 8 167,000 Philippines 4 96,000 Democratic People s Republic of Korea 4 120,000 Republic of Korea 5 120,000 Samoa 5 110,500 Sri Lanka 6 114,000 Tajikistan 5 84,600 Thailand 4 94,000 Tonga 5 100,000 Turkmenistan 4 90,000 Viet Nam 3 74,000

7 155 EX/35 - page 7 Region Country MS NGO Arab States Algeria 4 81,000 Saudi Arabia 5 51,500 Bahrain 5 48,200 Egypt ,000 United Arab Emirates 1 9,000 Iraq 3 32,000 Jordan 7 178,000 Kuwait 4 35,000 Lebanon 9 178, ,000 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 4 60,000 Morocco 7 174,000 Mauritania 4 81,000 Oman 6 77,000 Palestine 9 236,000 Qatar 5 76,344 Sudan 5 89,000 Syrian Arab Republic 6 104,500 Tunisia 5 105,000 Yemen 5 91,000 Europe Germany 4 81,000 (Group I) Andorra 4 60,000 Austria 5 65,000 Belgium 3 48, ,000 Canada 5 126, ,000 Cyprus 4 37,600 Denmark 3 86,000 Spain 8 231, ,000 Finland 3 78,000 France 6 62, ,200 Greece 5 111,000 Ireland 5 50,000 Iceland 4 72,800 Israel 5 100,000 Italy 5 100, ,000 Luxembourg 1 30,000 Malta 3 66,000 Monaco 1 15,000 Norway 5 90,000 Netherlands 5 65,000 Portugal 2 60,000 United Kingdom 4 85, ,000 San Marino 2 35,000 Sweden 4 105,000 Switzerland 5 100,000 Turkey 4 80,000 Europe Albania 4 84,000 (Group II) Armenia 2 45,000 Azerbaijan 4 45,000 Belarus 4 96,000 Bosnia and Herzegovina 3 102,000

8 155 EX/35 - page 8 Region Country MS NGO Bulgaria 5 110,000 Croatia 4 104,000 Estonia 4 82,500 The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 3 68,500 Russian Federation ,000 Georgia 6 156,000 Hungary 7 176,000 Latvia 5 81,000 Lithuania 4 90,000 Moldova 6 121,200 Poland 8 180,000 Czech Republic 7 85,000 Romania 2 35,000 Slovakia 5 116,000 Slovenia 4 115, ,000 Ukraine ,000 Yugoslavia 2 39,200 Latin America Antigua and Barbuda 1 30,000 and the Netherlands Antilles 2 60,000 Caribbean Argentina 6 83, ,000 Aruba 3 58,000 Bahamas 5 92,500 Barbados 5 125,000 Belize 4 73,000 Bolivia , ,000 Brazil 7 184, ,000 Chile 5 97,000 Colombia 8 230,000 Costa Rica 5 105, ,000 Cuba 9 201,000 Ecuador 6 161,000 El Salvador 5 112,000 Grenada 5 89,000 Guatemala 6 150, ,000 Guyana 6 119,700 Haiti 8 195,000 Honduras 6 114,800 British Virgin Islands 4 78,000 Jamaica 4 95,000 Mexico 5 87, ,000 Nicaragua 8 190,050 Panama 5 107,500 Paraguay 5 115,000 Peru 7 215,000 Dominican Republic ,000 Saint Kitts and Nevis 5 119,000 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5 107,000 Saint Lucia 6 62,100

9 155 EX/35 - page 9 Region Country MS NGO Suriname 5 101,500 Trinidad and Tobago 5 150,000 Uruguay 5 132,000 Venezuela 6 167, ,000 IGO ,500 NGO 54 1,561,000 1,061 22,157, ,057,200

10 155 EX/35 - page 10 Table III Participation Programme Breakdown by priority target as at 1 July 1998 Region Least developed countries Number of requests Africa 189 3,599,210 Asia and the Pacific 56 1,099,300 Arab States ,000 Latin America and the Caribbean 8 195, ,154,510 Women Region Number of requests Africa ,730 Asia and the Pacific ,000 Arab States 8 153,000 Europe (Group I) 7 161,000 Europe (Group II) 3 70,000 Latin America and the Caribbean 6 117, ,238,730 Youth Region Number of requests Africa 5 111,750 Asia and the Pacific 8 160,000 Latin America and the Caribbean 1 20, ,750

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12 155 EX/35 - page 12 Table V Participation Programme * Breakdown of emergency assistance as at 1 July 1998 Region Country Number of requests Africa South Africa 2 Congo 2 Côte d Ivoire 1 Liberia 1 Somalia 1 Asia and the Pacific Afghanistan 1 Bangladesh 1 Myanmar 1 Papua New Guinea 1 Democratic People s Republic of Korea 1 Arab States Lebanon 1 Palestine 2 Europe (Group I) Spain 2 Europe (Group II) Russian Federation 1 Slovenia 1 Latin America and Bolivia 1 the Caribbean Colombia 1 Ecuador 1 Guatemala 1 Peru 2 Dominican Republic 1 NGO 4 30 * For technical reasons the French alphabetical order has been maintained.

13 155 EX/35 - page 13 Table VI Participation Programme * Statement of financial reports outstanding as at 1 July 1998 Region Country Africa South Africa Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Comoros Congo Côte d Ivoire Djibouti Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Equatorial Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritius Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Uganda Central African Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia Swaziland United Republic of Tanzania Chad * For technical reasons the French alphabetical order has been maintained.

14 155 EX/35 - page 14 Region Country Togo Zambia Zimbabwe Asia and Afghanistan the Pacific Australia Bangladesh Bhutan Cambodia China Fiji Cook Islands Marshall Islands Solomon Islands India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic of Japan Kazakhstan Kiribati Kyrgyzstan Lao People s Democratic Republic Macau Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Nauru Nepal Niue New Zealand Uzbekistan Pakistan Papua New Guinea Philippines Democratic People s Republic of Korea Republic of Korea Samoa Sri Lanka Tajikistan Thailand Tonga Turkmenistan Tuvalu Vanuatu Viet Nam Arab States Algeria Saudi Arabia Bahrain Egypt 0 1 4

15 155 EX/35 - page 15 Region Country United Arab Emirates Iraq Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Morocco Mauritania Oman Palestine Qatar Sudan Syrian Arab Republic Tunisia Yemen Europe Germany (Group I) Andorra Austria Belgium Canada Cyprus Denmark Spain Finland France Greece Ireland Iceland Israel Italy Luxembourg Malta Monaco Norway Netherlands Portugal United Kingdom San Marino Sweden Switzerland Turkey Europe Albania (Group II) Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Estonia The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 0 0 2

16 155 EX/35 - page 16 Region Country Russian Federation Georgia Hungary Latvia Lithuania Moldova Poland Czech Republic Romania Slovakia Slovenia Ukraine Yugoslavia Latin America Antigua and Barbuda and the Netherlands Antilles Caribbean Argentina Aruba Bahamas Barbados Belize Bolivia Brazil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Dominica El Salvador Ecuador Grenada Guatemala Guyana Haiti Honduras British Virgin Islands Jamaica Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru Dominican Republic Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Saint Lucia Suriname Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay Venezuela 0 0 1

17 155 EX/35 - page 17 Table VII Participation Programme * Examples of requests in specific fields as at 1 July 1998 Region Associated Schools Number of requests Africa ,200 Asia and the Pacific 9 195,000 Arab States 1 10,000 Europe (Group I) 3 65,000 Europe (Group II) 7 112,000 Latin America and the Caribbean 7 152, ,200 Region IIEP (long training courses) Number of requests Africa 9 277,000 Asia and the Pacific 2 185,000 Arab States 3 75,000 Europe (Group I) Europe (Group II) 1 104,200 Latin America and the Caribbean ,200 * For technical reasons the French alphabetical order has been maintained.

18 ex United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Executive Board Hundred and fifty-fifth Session 155 EX/35 Corr. PARIS, 8 September 1998 English only Item 8.2 of the provisional agenda REPORT ON THE FUNCTIONING OF THE PARTICIPATION PROGRAMME AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE CORRIGENDUM In Table VII in the English version of document 155 EX/35, the totals shown for IIEP (long training courses) should be as follows: (i) Number of requests - 15 (ii) - 641,200.

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