ICESCO and Korea Institute of Child Care and Education Explore Cooperation Prospects
8 September 2022
The Education Sector of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) held a meeting with Korea Institute for Child Care and Education to discuss prospects for cooperation in the fields of early childhood education and care.
Dr. Barry Koumbou, Head of the Education Sector, and a team of experts from the sector represented ICESCO in this virtual meeting, held on Wednesday (September 7, 2022), while Korea Institute for Child Care and Education was represented by Dr. Sanji Park, President of the Institute, and his work team.
During the meeting, Dr. Koumbou reviewed ICESCO’s programmes and projects in the field of education, stressing the need to provide comprehensive care and quality education for children at an early age to enhance future job opportunities and improve health conditions, noting that ICESCO supports its Member States in developing initiatives on early childhood education and care.
For his part, Dr. Sanji Park welcomed fruitful cooperation and partnership with ICESCO to promote experience and knowledge sharing among countries of the Islamic world.
At the close of the meeting, the two parties agreed to coordinate the signing of an agreement between ICESCO and the Institute, based on the implementation of joint programmes and initiatives, including studies and conferences in the field of early childhood education.
18 April 2023
ICESCO takes part in 38th Space Symposium in Colorado, USA
Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), is taking part in the 38th Space Symposium organized by the Space Foundation in Colorado, USA. The Director-General is heading the delegation of the Science and Technology Sector p...read more
24 November 2020
ICESCO Launches Support Program for Museums Affected by COVID-19
The Islamic World Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (ICESCO) launched its support program for 30 museums affected by the closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic to assist museums in the Islamic world. ICESCO published on its website a registration form for the administrations of the mu...read more
27 November 2019
ISESCO workshop to enhance Arabic language skills for non-Arabic...
Today, the workshop on “Enhancing Arabic Language Skills for non-Arabic speaking Students” at the Faculty of Islamic Sciences of the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Vakef University (FSMVU) in Istanbul, Turkey. Co-held by ISESCO, FSMVU and Granada Editions, the workshop opened with a recitati...read more