Inter-State Organization for Advanced Technicians of Hydraulics and Rural Equipment
Ecole inter-Etats des techniciens supérieurs de l'hydraulique et de l'équipement rural (ETSHER)
1972-07 Brazzaville Congo Brazzaville
Jul 1972, Brazzaville (Congo Brazzaville). Statutes adopted Jul 1985; modified Jul 1994. Also referred to as Organisation inter-Etats des techniciens supérieurs de l'hydraulique et d'étude de l'équipement rural. Merged with U-XF5373 - Inter-State School of Rural Equipment Engineers to form F-XM1276 - International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2IE), 2004.
Train, by means of technical and practical education, advanced technicians; ensure permanent education; carry out activities of applied research and engineering.
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Council of Ministers (meets every 3 years), consisting of Ministers representing each of the member states. Management Board (meets annually), comprising President, Vice-President and one expert from each Member State. Orientation Council. Board of Directors, consisting of General Manager, Studies and Research Managers, Administrative and Financial Manager, CEFOC Manager and CFPI Manager.
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