Association pour la coopération des Eglises, l'environnement et le développement de l'Afrique centrale (ACEEDAC)

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Founded

1987-03 Bangui Central African Rep

History

Mar 1987, Bangui (Central African Rep), within the framework of U-XF1149 - Africa Network on Churches Participation in Development (ANCPD). Also referred to as Réseau oecuménique pour l'environnement et le développement de l'Afrique Centrale (ROEDAC).

Aims

Function as a platform for the Churches of Central Africa to work together, exchange and cooperate in: serving the population of the sub-region; developing human resources within the Church and the communities which comprise it; promoting study of problems of justice, peace, liberty, human dignity, environment and development, which are acute in the region, and on the role of the Church in the advent of a just, viable and participative society; encouraging exchange of information and experience, sharing of resources, solidarity and mutual support; planning and carrying out theological reflection on current problems together with other national and international organizations. Present a united front in: opposing the forces of death and powers of oppression which dehumanize the people and destroy the environment; living out the Gospel, the presence of the love of God, in uniting the poor and oppressed and joining their struggle for survival, justice and freedom; defending the weak and vulnerable and creation as a whole; developing alternative means of exploiting and managing resources which are socially acceptable, ecologically viable and allow every member of the community to have a decent life.

Events

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Activities

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Structure

General Assembly (every 4 years). Steering Committee of 7 to 12 members (meets annually). Executive Secretariat comprising 3 divisions and Executive Secretary.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 14: Life Below WaterGOAL 15: Life on LandGOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

UIA Org ID

XD1979

Last News

1998

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