African Rural and Agricultural Credit Association (AFRACA)
Association régionale du crédit agricole pour l'Afrique
1977 Nairobi Kenya
1977, Nairobi (Kenya), at 1st General Assembly, on recommendations of a regional seminar under the auspices of the FAO, 1973, Accra (Ghana). Originally referred to in English as African Regional Agricultural Credit Association.
Foster cooperation among government and financial institutions in the field of rural and agricultural credit and banking; improve planning and management of financial services for rural development; advocate the extension of banking services to small-scale farmers.
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General Assembly of members' representatives (every 2 years). Executive Committee (meets annually) comprising: Chairman; Vice-Chairman; 7 members representing different sub-regions; Secretary General. Secretariat.
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