Inter-American Council for Integral Development
Conseil interaméricain pour le développement intégré
Consejo Interamericano para el Desarrollo Integral (CIDI)
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29 Jan 1996, as a primary instrument of cooperation of D-XD3030 - OAS, following a proposal 8 Jun 1993, Managua (Nicaragua), at 19th Special Session of OAS General Assembly, when 'Protocol of Managua' was approved. Replaces U-XE5708 - Inter-American Economic and Social Council (IA-ECOSOC) and U-XE5792 - Inter-American Council for Education, Science and Culture.
Give new impetus and approach to the promotion of cooperation in the Americas to achieve integral development and help eliminate extreme poverty in the Hemisphere; serve as a high level intergovernmental political forum to promote inter-American dialogue on subjects relevant to the Inter-American agenda regarding integral and sustainable development; operate as a catalyst to promote new types of cooperation among OAS member state institutions and between them and other institutions of the inter-American system, by giving preference to multilateral projects; meet new goals identified by the OAS in the field of development cooperation; foster partnerships with institutions and actors interested in associating with the OAS for cooperation in the Hemisphere.
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Council, comprising ministerial-level representatives of governments of OAS member states, reports directly to OAS General Assembly and has decision-making capacity in matters of partnership for development. Permanent Executive Committee of the Inter-American Council for Integral Development (CEPCIDI), set up 1996, is a permanent commission with executive authority which ensures coordinated execution of the Council's decisions, approves cooperation activities and makes recommendations for planning, programming, budgeting, management control, follow-up and evaluation of cooperation projects and activities. Executive Secretariat for Integral Development (SEDI) is responsible for planning, programming, coordinating, evaluating, monitoring and advising on activities within the framework of CIDI policies and priorities. Also within the framework of CIDI: SEDI's Inter-American Horizontal Cooperation System (SICH); E-XE4189 - Inter-American Agency for Cooperation and Development (IACD); K-XK1912 - Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-Level Authorities of Tourism (IATC). Committees (4): U-XE4691 - Inter-American Committee on Culture; 'Inter-American Committee on Social Development'; 'Inter-American Committee on Sustainable Development and Environment'; 'Inter-American Committee on Science and Technology'. OAS General Secretariat supports CIDI activities.
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