African Technical Association (ATA)
Association technique africaine (ATA)
May 1981. No recent activity reported since 1995.
Facilitate the life of students of African origin carrying out specialized studies at the level of higher education; make the requirements of these students more widely known and draw the attention of public authorities and international organizations to the validity of their opinions, their concern for effectiveness in their careers and the expression of their needs; promote and help founding small and medium scale enterprises, giving them some high experimented experts, funding partners with financial or technological participation of African or non African company and private businessmen.
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Secretary General; Delegate General.
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