Conference of African Ministers Responsible for Sustainable Development and the Environment (AMCEN)
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1993, as a sectoral ministerial conference of the E-XE4174 - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). Subsumes functions of U-XE0140 - Joint Intergovernmental Regional Committee on Human Settlements and Environment. Ceased to exist, 1997, to avoid duplication of effort with F-XF6186 - African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN).
Address the challenges of sustainable development and environment in Africa, particularly in terms of promoting strategies and programmes based on interrelationships between agriculture - especially food supply, rural development and water resources.
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Meets every 4 years. Includes follow-up Committee of Experts (meets every 2 years).
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