Joint FAO/WHO/OAU Regional Food and Nutrition Commission for Africa (FAO/WHO/FNAf)
Commission régionale conjointe FAO/OMS/OUA pour l'alimentation et la nutrition en Afrique
1963, by resolution 4/39 of 39th Council Session of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), on agreement of FAO, World Health Organization (WHO) and the then Commission for Technical Cooperation in Africa South of the Sahara (CTCA), as Joint FAO/WHO/CCTA Commission. On CCTA ceasing activity, 1964-1965, the functions it performed in the Joint Commission were gradually absorbed by Organization of African Unity (OAU). New Statutes reflecting this change in sponsorship were accepted by resolution 1/59 of FAO Council, 1972. First Session: Sep 1974. Ceased to exist.
Provide liaison at the regional level in matters pertaining to food and nutrition, particularly as regards the collection, analysis and dissemination of information; review food and nutrition problems in Africa.Available with paid subscription only.
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