Organización Iberoamericana de Cooperación Intermunicipal (OICI)
Organisation ibéroaméricaine de coopération intermunicipale
Ibero-American Organization of Inter-Municipal Cooperation
Organização Iberoamericana de Cooperação Inter Municipal
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1938-11 Havana Cuba
Nov 1938, Havana (Cuba), as Pan American Commission on Inter-Municipal Cooperation – Comisión Panamericana de Cooperación Intermunicipal, by virtue of resolutions adopted at 5th International Conference of American States, 1923, Santiago (Chile), and at 6th International Conference of American States, 1928, Havana. Became Inter-American Organization on Inter-Municipal Cooperation – Organización Interamericana de Cooperación Intermunicipal, 5 May 1950, New Orleans LA (USA). New Statutes and listed name adopted at 14th Congress, 1972, Malaga (Spain), and at 16th Congress, 1977, Cartagena de Indias (Colombia).
Contribute to autonomous development of municipalities; promote effective incorporation of their development efforts into national development of their respective countries.
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