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    A science education succes: UNESCO’s Global Microscience Programme
    Nearly a decade after the Global Microscience Programme was launched by UNESCO and the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in 1996, the microscience approach has been introduced into 72 countries, many of them in Africa. >> More
    UNESCO and IUPAC

    Essential Toxicology - A Multilevel Educational Resource
    Topics covered range from fundamental principles of toxicology through environmental toxicology and risk management to consideration of ethics. >> More
    UNESCO & IUPAC

    Training activities under UNESCO/GIFCA Agreement
    On 26 February 2002 UNESCO signed an Agreement with the Gaddafi International Foundation for Charity Associations (GIFCA) for the development of the Microscience Experiment Project in 22 African countries. >> More
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    Julio-Septiembre 2006 - Una Federación de las Sociedades Africanas de Química se crea el 23 de febrero de 2006, Addis Abeba, Etiopía - UNESCO
    Clase de química  Kenya.gifEn los próximo anos, la Federación de propone aunar tantas sociedades africanas de química como sea posible y establecer grupos de trabajo sobre la química de los alimentos, del medio ambiente, la química analítica, de los productos naturales, medicinales entre otros.More


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    2. Global Project on Microscience Experiments: CHEMISTRY


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    NEW: Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC)

     

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