African Mathematical Union (AMU)
Union mathématique africaine (UMA)
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1976 Rabat Morocco
1976, Rabat (Morocco).
Promote the development of mathematics research and education including their applications to the economic, social and cultural development of the continent; promote an active cooperation among African mathematicians, and favour closer relationships between all scientists and technicians of the continent; promote scientific cooperation between Africa and the other continents in mathematical research and education.
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General Assembly (every 4 years). Executive Committee, consisting of President, 5 Vice-Presidents, Secretary General, Treasurer and 4 other Members. Commissions (4): African Mathematical Union Commission on Mathematics Education (AMUCME) which replaced H-XD1731 - African Commission on Mathematics Education; African Mathematical Union Commission on Pan-African Mathematical Olympiad (AMUCPMO); African Mathematical Union Commission on History of Mathematics in Africa (AMUCHMA); African Mathematical Union Commission on Women in Mathematics in Africa (AMUCWMA). Maintains U-XF2749 - Mathematical Sciences Network for Africa.
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