Organization of Islamic Capitals and Cities (OICC)
Organisation des capitales et villes islamiques
1978-04 Dakar Senegal
Apr 1978, Dakar (Senegal), as Islamic Capitals Organization (ICO), by a decision of 9th K-XF4192 - Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), Began activities 30 Jan 1980. Current name adopted 1984.
In member capitals and cities: preserve identity and heritage; achieve and enhance sustainable development; establish and develop comprehensive urban norms, systems and plans that serve growth and prosperity; promote standards of development, levels of services and municipal utilities; enhance and promote capacity building programmes; consolidate cordiality, brotherhood and friendship; support and coordinate cooperation.
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General Conference (every 3 years); Administrative Council; Islamic Capitals and Cities Cooperation Fund; Headquarters in Makkah Al-Mukkarramah; General Secretariat located in Jeddah.
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