Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo (AECID)
Spanish Agency of International Cooperation for Development
1988-11 Madrid Spain
Nov 1988, Madrid (Spain). Restructured, 24 May 1996, as Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional (AECI) -- Spanish Agency of International Cooperation. Comprises: G-XG2536 - Dirección General de Cooperación con Africa, Asia y Europa Oriental; G-XG2511 - Dirección General de Cooperación con Iberoamérica. Restructured again 26 Nov 2007.
Act as the public institution to rule Spanish policy in the field of international cooperation for development.
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Agency assigned to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation through Secretary of State for International Cooperation. Agency's President is Secretary of State. Comes under Director of Agency: 4 General Directorates (Cooperation with Latin America; Cooperation with Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe; Culture and Scientific Relations and Horizontal Cooperation); Humanitarian Aid Office; Deputy Secretariat-General; Technical Cabinet; Department of Multilateral Cooperation.
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