MUST Vice Chancellor Address Malata (L) and Acting Executive Secretary for UNESCO Emmanuel Kondowe (R).MUST Vice Chancellor Address Malata (L) and Acting Executive Secretary for UNESCO Emmanuel Kondowe (R).The United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST) aimed at promoting the country’s economic development through culture and heritage.

Through the MOU, UNESCO and the Bingu School of Culture and Heritage which is running Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Practices and Bachelor of Arts in Sports Sciences, will establish a culture, academic and educational cooperation and work together on a range of cultural and educational activities.

Furthermore, UNESCO will offer internship opportunities to students under the two programmes, help in resource and equipment mobilization besides providing technical support towards, training research and dissemination works

During the ceremony UNESCO also donated 5million kwacha to be used for scholarships under the programme.