SAF Governing Council Meetings

New Delhi, India - 27th November 2006

The Special Meeting of the SAF Governing Council

The Special Meeting of the SAF Governing Council was held on Monday, 27th November 2006, at 09.00 am at the South Asia Foundation India Chapter Office, A-33 Vasant Marg, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi 110 057.

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24th March 2006

The project SAARC Forestry Centre in Bhutan was discussed

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Paris, France - 24th March 2006

SAF Governing Council Meeting, 17th - 18th March 2006, Paris, France

The annual meeting of the Governing Council of the South Asia Foundation (SAF) was held in Paris, France, on 17th and 18th March 2006 at UNESCO Headquarters and the residence of Ambassador Madanjeet Singh. It was opened by Mr. Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO and attended by the Chairpersons of the eight SAF Chapters, Vice-Chancellors of South Asian universities, specially invited guests, secretaries of the Advisory Boards of SAF Chapters, and a number of Paris-based Ambassadors and Permanent Delegates to UNESCO and UNESCO officials. The list of participants is reproduced in an annex to this report.

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New Delhi, India - 15th December 2003

The 3rd annual SAF Governing Council Meeting, New Delhi, India

Resolutions adopted by Chairpersons of South Asia Foundation Chapters on 15th December 2003, during the 3rd SAF General Conference in New Delhi - attended by Dr. Sayed Makhdoum Raheen (Afghanistan), Mr. Inder Kumar Gujral (India), Mr. Ibrahim Hussain Zaki (Maldives), Dr. Rita Thapa (Nepal), Mrs. Salima Hashmi (Pakistan), and Mr. Lakshman Kadirgamar (Sri Lanka). Mr. Lyonpo Sangay Ngedup (Bhutan) was unable to attend the meeting because of a national emergency in his country and Dr. Kamal Hossain (Bangladesh) could not reach New Delhi on time.

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18th February 2003

The 4th Conference of Vice-Chancellors/Rectors in SAARC countries, 18th-19th February 2003, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Video-recorded message from the Director-General of UNESCO to the Second General Conference of the South Asia Foundation, to be inaugurated by Her Excellency Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, President of Sri Lanka Colombo, Sri Lanka, 18th February 2003.

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