Network of African Countries on Local Building Materials and Technologies
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1985-06 Kampala Uganda
Jun 1985, Kampala (Uganda), by E-XE6809 - United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in collaboration with E-XE0375 - Commonwealth Science Council (CSC), as a research network in the framework of African Regional Project on Local Building Materials and Technologies.
Strengthen local technological capacity through facilitating flow of information, regional cooperation and technology transfer in the low-cost building materials sector; act as a link in cooperative techno-scientific endeavour among international and regional agencies, organizations, national institutions and individuals.
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Participating governmental and nongovernmental organizations, government ministries and universities nominate one national coordinating institution per country.
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