Centro de Cooperación Regional para la Educación de Adultos en América Latina y el Caribe (CREFAL)
Regional Cooperation Center for Adult Education in Latin America and the Caribbean
Centre de coopération régionale pour l'éducation des adultes en Amérique latine dans et les Caraïbes
1951-05-09 Patzcuaro Mexico
Established 9 May 1951, Patzcuaro (Mexico), by a resolution of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as an organism functioning under its auspices and with the collaboration of the Mexican government and the D-XD3030 - OAS. Since 1990, an autonomous international organization governed by a Board of Directors, composed of member states and representatives of UNESCO and OAS. Previously known as: Centro Regional de Educación Fundamental para América Latina et el Caribe.
Promote cooperation in adult education throughout Latin America and the Caribbean; participate in projects sponsored by intergovernmental and international organizations; provide technical assistance; support training programmes, research, studies and publications.
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Board of Administration, consisting of representatives from the 12 member countries, UNESCO and OAS; headed by Mexico's Secretary of Public Education.
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