Institut Africain pour le Développement Economique et Social - Centre Africain de Formation (INADES-Formation)
African Institute for Economic and Social Development - African Training Centre
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1977-01-26 Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire
Founded 26 Jan 1977, Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), when became an independent association under the present name. An offshoot of 'African Institute for Economic and Social Development (INADES)', currently E-XF0972 - Center of Research and Action for Peace (CERAP). Derives from INADES training department, which had been operating independently since 1972, INADES having been engaged in adult education since its inception in 1962. Recognized, 1979, as an association 'in the public interest' by the Government of Côte d'Ivoire, with which it signed a cooperation agreement in 1982. Also referred to as International Association of Inades-Formation (IF).
Train rural adults - men, women, youth - so as to promote their social and economic advancement while emphasizing their knowledge and know-how; work for a society in which equitable relations prevail between men and women and in which men and women farmers are organized, have genuine power to promote law and order and influence local and national development policy, control and manage natural resources on a continuing basis, master agricultural produce channels and ensure food self-reliance and increase their financial autonomy.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Governing Council (meeting twice a year) comprises President, Delegate-Administrator, Secretary-Treasurer and 6 members. Head Office in Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire) comprises Director General, Secretary General and 2 sections each with Director: Administration and Finance; Research-Evaluation-Pedagogy. National Offices either under direct authority of Inades-Formation or linked by agreement through the relevant national association. Includes K-XK2034 - African Rural Development Fund (Fondafrica).
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