African Regional Council of the World Federation for Mental Health (ARC/WFMH)
1993-04-05 Harare Zimbabwe
5 Apr 1993, Harare (Zimbabwe), as a regional council of A-XA3514 - World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH). Registered in accordance with the law of Zambia. Ceased to exist.
Protect and advance among all people and nations the highest possible level of mental health; act as an advocate of measures to promote mental health and recommend appropriate plans for the progress of mental health projects and practices; promote collection and submission of pertinent information and recommendations relating to mental health.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Executive Committee, comprising the officers of the Council: President; 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents; Honorary Secretary; Vice Honorary Secretary; Honorary Treasurer. Board of Directors, consisting of officers of Council and 4 members at large. Secretariat. Sub-regions (3): West Africa; Central Africa; South and East Africa.
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