Country Partners

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The ICAF's programs are implemented by a global network of in-country partners. The organizations and institutions listed below currently represent the ICAF in their respective or did so in the recent past:

  • Aruba: Aruba Arts Foundation
  • Argentina:  María Claudia Albini (The ICAF representative)
  • Armenia:  NFS Educational NGO
  • Austria: Isabell Claus (The ICAF representative)
  • Azerbaijan: National Commission for UNESCO
  • Bahrain: Ministry of Culture
  • Bangladesh: National Federation of Youth Organizations
  • Belarus:  Karina Kharaneka (The ICAF representative)
  • Bhutan: National Commission for UNESCO, Ministry of Education
  • Brazil: Canal Futura
  • Bulgaria: Culture Plus
  • Cambodia: Maddox Julie-Pitt Foundation
  • Cameroon: Nereus Patrick Cheo (The ICAF representative)
  • Cayman Islands: National Gallery of the Cayman Islands
  • Chile:  Paulina Contreras Correa(The ICAF representative) and Corporación Cultural Artistas del Acero
  • China: Liu Yang, member, China Artist Association
  • Congo, Democratic Republic: Ministry of Education
  • Cook Island: Ministry of Culture
  • Costa Rica: Gina Marín Rojas (The ICAF representative)
  • Croatia:  Ministry of Science, Education and Sports
  • Cyprus: Ministry of Education and Culture
  • Cyprus (Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus): Cyprus Child Foundation
  • Ecuador:  Isabell Crespo (The ICAF representative)
  • Egypt: Al Searag
  • El Salvador: Ministry of Education
  • Ethiopia: Wings Education and Media
  • Gambia:  Youth and Children Centre for Arts Foundation
  • Germany: Antje-Tesche Mentzen (The ICAF representative)
  • Ghana:  Francis Adams (The ICAF representative)
  • Hungary:  Attila Kovacs (The ICAF representative)
  • Hong Kong: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • India: Chandana Art Foundation International
  • Indonesia: Yuni Purnamawati (The ICAF representative)
  • Iran: Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (KANOON)
  • Israel: Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport
  • Ivory Coast: Defense des Enfants International
  • Japan: The ICAF Japan
  • Kazakhstan: www.nurorda.kz
  • Kenya: Voluntary Youth Philanthropists
  • Korea: ChildArt Magazine Korea
  • Kyrgyzstan: Bishkek Art Center
  • Liberia: Child Art Liberia
  • Lebanon: Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO
  • Macau: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • Macedonia: Ivan Trpkov (The ICAF representative)
  • Madagascar: National Commission UNESCO
  • Malaysia:  The Tree Theater Group
  • Mauritius: Ministry of Education, Culture and Human Resources
  • Mexico: Casa Pacifica and CONACULTA
  • Namibia: Ministry of Basic Education, Sport and Culture
  • New Zealand: New Zealand Children's Art House Foundation Trust
  • Nigeria: National Council for Art and Culture
  • Palestine: Palestinian Child Arts Center
  • Papua New Guinea:  Michael Kisombo (The ICAF representative)
  • Peru: Comisión Nacional Peruana de Cooperación con la UNESCO
  • Romania: Euro-Asia Promotion and Cultural Foundation
  • Samoa: Ministry of Education, Sport and Culture
  • Saudi Arabia: King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Saudi Aramco
  • Senegal: Club UNESCO Emile Badiane
  • Sierra Leone: Mustapha Sesay (The ICAF representative)
  • Slovenia: Institution for Creative Development of Young Children
  • Spain:  Professor M. Reyes González Vida, University of Grenada (The ICAF representative)
  • Sri Lanka: CCBS (Colombo Children’s Book Society)
  • Swaziland: National Council for Arts and Culture
  • Sweden:  Christer Edman (The ICAF representative)
  • Taiwan: AKD Education Consulting (Beijing)
  • Tajikistan:  Mumtoz Kamolzoda  (The ICAF representative)
  • Tanzania: National Arts Council
  • Togo: Hokifa
  • Turkey: Asli Kinsizer, Arts Department Director at Takev (The ICAF Representative)
  • Uganda: Mike Ssembiro, African Peace Murals Uganda (The ICAF representative)
  • Ukraine: Klavdiya Bogolyubova  (The ICAF representative)
  • United Kingdom:  Elaine Thomas (The ICAF representative)
  • Uzbekistan: Tatyana Chabrova  (The ICAF representative)
  • Venezuela: Walter & Werner
  • Vietnam: Christina Noble Children's Foundation
  • Yemen: Ebhar Foundation for Childhood and Creativity

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