Pan African Social Prospects Centre - Albert Tevoedjre Institute
Centre panafricain de prospective sociale (CPPS)
Institut Albert Tevoedjre (CPPS-IAT)
Porto-Novo (Benin), as Pan African Social Prospects Centre – Centre panafricain de prospective sociale (CPPS), the African regional centre of D-XD6565 - Association mondiale de prospective sociale (AMPS), following decision of AMPS Executive Council, 25 Apr 1987, Geneva (Switzerland).
Establish a central, local presence in Africa to coordinate AMPS activities; recaste development methods to mobilize resources to meet Africa's essential needs; further effective change in living conditions on national and regional scale; encourage development of new ways to engage in economic, social, cultural, scientific and technological cooperation by teaching and practising solidarity based on equal opportunities, autonomy and sharing responsibility; promote science and technology to plan for a common future adapted to each nation's needs; ensure survival of cultural diversity by developing projects according to each nation's requirements and possibilities; carry out systematic research using a network of scientists, experts and social innovators to explore the future of African communities and ensure adoption of concrete, desirable and appropriate policies.
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