Global civil society activity in Cotonou, Benin
Cotonou is the largest city and economic centre of Benin. Its official population count was 761,137 inhabitants in 2006; however, some estimates indicate its population to be as high as 2.4 million. The population in 1960 was only 70,000. The urban area continues to expand, notably toward the west. The city lies in the southeast of the country, between the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Nokoué.
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From UIA's International Meetings Statistics Report
Cotonou is ranked #316 over a 20 year period,
with 118 meetings since 1998.
2018Cotonou is ranked #184 in 2018, with 8 meetings.
Organizations based in CotonouSociété Ouest Africaine de Gestion d'Actifs Est. 2001
Centre Afrika Obota Est. 1989
Solidarity Among Children in Africa and the World Est. 1987
International Foundation for Economic and Social Development Est. 2001
Study and Research Group on Democracy, Economic and Social Development in Africa Est. 1990
West African Association for Environmental Assessment Est. 2002
Africa Microfinance Network Est. 2000
Biological Control Center for Africa
African Cotton Association Est. 2002
Bâtisseurs pour le développement en Afrique
West African Power Pool Est. 1999
African Civil Service Observatory Est. 1991
African University for Cooperative Development Est. 1967
Association of African Managers and Partners of Roads Est. 1995
Union of African Karatedo Federations Est. 1987
Association des pédiatres d'Afrique noire francophone Est. 1981
International Leprosy Association Est. 1931
Water for All Children - Africa
PAMOJA West Africa
Future Events in Cotonou
Past Events in Cotonou
2018 Session – ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly
2018 Session – African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States
2018 Annual Conference – African Econometric Society
2018 Africa Domain Name System (DNS) Forum – Africa Top Level Domain Organization
2018 Regulatory Forum – ECOWAS Regional Electricity Regulatory Authority
2018 Congress – Association Internationale de Pédagogie Universitaire
2018 Africa and Middle East Conference – Junior Chamber International
2017 Annual Meeting – Food Crisis Prevention Network
2017 ACF : Africa Carbon Forum – United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
2017 Session – Conference of Ministers of Youth and Sports of the Francophonie
2016 Séminaire – Réseau francophone de la régulation des télécommunications
2016 Summit of Heads of State and Government – Niger Basin Authority
2015 Ordinary Session – Niger Basin Authority
2015 Expanded Constituency Workshop (ECW) for the Coastal West Africa – Global Environment Facility
2015 Biennial Meeting and Scientific Conference – African Association of Insect Scientists
2015 Meeting – Africa Rice Center
2015 Congress – African Cotton Association
2015 Africa Forum – CGIAR System Organization
2015 Science Week – Africa Rice Center
2014 Session – WHO Regional Office for Africa
2014 Meeting – Africa Rice Center
2014 Meeting – Africa Rice Center
2014 Science Week – Africa Rice Center
2014 Africa Forum – CGIAR System Organization
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