Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA)
1980 Arusha Tanzania UR
1980, Arusha (Tanzania UR), to replace the defunct H-XH4592 - Inter-University Committee for East Africa set up 1 Jul 1970, Kampala (Uganda), during the existence of H-XH0472 - East African Community - 1967 (EAC). An East African Common Service, currently revitalized as an autonomous institution of F-XD6196 - East African Community (EAC). Formerly known as Inter-University Committee for East Africa.
Encourage and develop mutually beneficial collaboration between member universities, and between them and governments and other organizations, both public and private; help members to contribute to meeting national and regional development needs, to the resolution of problems in every appropriate sector of activity in the region, and to development of human resource capacity particularly in the disciplines of Science, Technology and Business Studies.
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