African NGOs Self-Reliance and Development Advocacy Group (ASDAG)
Groupe de promotion active de l'autonomie et du développement des ONG d'Afrique (GROPAAD)
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1992-03-31 Harare Zimbabwe
31 Mar 1992, Harare (Zimbabwe).
Assist in surmounting the persistent crisis affecting development in Africa and the process of cooperation, autonomy and reduction in dependence of African NGOs; promote development of support mechanisms and inter-African relations providing institutional reinforcement for NGOs; take a lead in formulating, maintaining and defending principles which improve the quality of context and content of NGO activities in Africa; act as a source of advice and technical services; cooperate with national groupings of NGOs in resisting practices and tendencies which weaken their efforts or diminish their autonomy; collect and disseminate information aimed at improving the quality of voluntary sector work in Africa at all levels; promote programmes which integrate NGO activity in the daily struggle of African peoples for equity, social justice and the best means of existence.
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