Association for the Advancement of Policy, Research and Development in the Third World (AAPRD)
Association pour l'avancement de la politique, de la recherche et du développement au Tiers-monde
Apr 1981. Also referred to by initials AAPRDTW. Ceased to exist.
Promote science, technology and development through advancement, exchange and generation of practical solutions to problems in the Third World; encourage effective utilization of research and development of inter-regional resources; promote exchange of experience and ideas among specialists in Third World countries; advice and support government research and development policies and programmes; provide communication of research development and practice in the Third World; serve as a network for influencing development policy and inter-regional politics.
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