International Agency for Rural Industrialization (INARI)
Agence internationale pour l'industrialisation rurale
Agencia Internacional para la Industrialización Rural
Agência Internacional a Industrialização Rural
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1984-05-14 Rome Italy
14 May 1984, Rome (Italy), by "international convention". Currently a private organization based in Togo.
Focus international attention on the need for reliance on private investment to finance rural industrialization and economic development efforts in developing countries, and on specific needs for accelerated industrialization and economic development of rural areas in developing countries as a means of sustained growth of world economy; liaise between governments and private entrepreneurs in formulating and executing policies for economic enhancement of rural areas in the Third World; assist in provision of infrastructure for rural industrial projects; contribute to rapid economic development of rural communities; develop and formulate projects and services mainly utilizing locally produced raw materials, assuring self-sufficiency and saving on foreign exchange; assist in procuring expert technical and management services, funding and other technical assistance, and in setting up complementary investment portfolios, 'INARI Trust Funds', within convertible currency zone and in developing countries to be a basic financial resource for investors to finance rural industrial projects.
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Convention of accredited members (every 2 years). Board of Directors. Governing Council (meets annually), consisting of one representative each of: Africa; Asia and the Pacific; Latin America and the Caribbean; Europe and North Africa. Chairman (President of the Governing Council). Chairmanship rotates among geographical regions. Director-General. Directorates (4) each with Assistant Director-General: Protocol and International Relations; Project Development and Operations; Personnel and Administration; Budget and Finance. International consultants.
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