OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID)
Fonds OPEP pour le développement international
Fondo de la OPEP para el Desarrollo Internacional
Established by Member States of C-XC3038 - Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). Conceived at the Conference of the Sovereigns and Heads of State of OPEC Member Countries, March 1975, Algiers (Algeria). Converted to an autonomous development agency with present title in May 1980.
Promote cooperation between OPEC Member Countries and other developing countries as an expression of South-South solidarity; help particularly the poorer, low-income countries in pursuit of their social and economic advancement.
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