Intergovernmental Organizations Conference (IGO Conference)
15 Sep 2006, upon entering into force of the 'Treaty establishing the IGO Conference'. In Jun 2006 at the Nairobi Conference, the following inter-governmental organizations approved the text of the Treaty and began its formal undertaking: G-XG9177 - Intergovernmental University Institute of Co-operation (IUIC); G-XG9176 - International Centre for Food Micro-Algae Against Malnutrition (ICFAM); Intergovernmental Council for Food Micro-algae (ICOFAM).
Serve as a forum for dialogue, mutual knowledge and cooperation among intergovernmental organizations (IGOs).
General Council (legislative body). Permanent Secretariat (executive body). Departments (4): Conference Affairs; Institutional Relations; Management; Budget.
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