ECA Sub-Regional Office for Central Africa (ECA/SRO-CA)

CEA bureau sous-régional pour l'Afrique centrale (CEA/BSR-AC)

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History

8 May 1997, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), as ECA Subregional Development Centre for Central Africa (AC/SDRC Yaoundé) -- CEA Centre de développement sous-régional pour l'Afrique central (CDSR/AC), within the framework of United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), under Resolution 828 (XXXII) of the 32nd Session (23rd meeting) of the ECA Conference of Ministers, as one of 5 subregional centres with the task of achieving the objectives of African Economic Community (AEC) as defined by Treaty Establishing the African Economic Community (Abuja treaty). Derives from Multinational Programming and Operational Centre, UNECA/MULPOC, Yaoundé (MULPOC, Yaoundé) -- Centre multinational de programmation et d'éxécution de projets, Yaoundé, set up 1 Mar 1977, Yaoundé, to cover the countries of Central Africa not part of CEPGL as one of 5 'MULPOCs', replacing the subregional offices and the 3 United Nations Development Advisory Teams (UNDATS) under Resolution 311 (XIII) of the 4th meeting of ECA Conference of Ministers. The 'MULPOCS' constituted the operational field arm of UN/ECA and were all transformed into ECA Subregional Development Centres (UNECA/SRDCs) under the same Resolution. Also referred to by the initials UNECA/SDRC-CA -- CEA/CDSR-AC and ECA/SRO-CA Yaoundé -- CEA/BSR-AC Yaoundé. The SRDCs became SROs from Jan 2002.

Aims

Assist the Central African subregional economic community to promote harmonization of national policies in various sectors in support of integration efforts towards the consolidation of sub-regional economic communities in the overall framework of the African Union.

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Activities

Advocacy/lobbying/activism; networking/liaising; guidance/assistance/consulting; projects/programmes; events/meetings.

Structure

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Languages

English, French.

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Relations with Inter-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 7 inter-governmental organizations.
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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 1 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 7 countries
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Subjects *

  • Society
    • Local
  • Integration
    • Integration

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

UIA Org ID

E5962

Last News Received

2017
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