Coopibo - Association for Development Cooperation
Coopibo - Association de coopération au développement
Coopibo - Asociación de Cooperación al Desarrollo
Coopibo - Vereniging voor Ontwikkelingssamenwerking
23 Jun 1976, Heusden (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law: 18 Mar 1977; 16 Jan 1987; 18 Jan 1990. Activities taken over by G-XG6574 - Rikolto, Jan 1998.
Strive for equal development opportunities for everyone. In the South: cooperate with local organizations for the implementation of projects and programmes; support grassroots organizations in their efforts to control their own development; give explicit attention to women. In the North: contribute, together with other NGOs, to the awareness raising and information of the broad public with regard to development problems; promote international solidarity, through education and exchange.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Council, comprising 8 members.
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UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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