Pan African Union of Science and Technology (PUST)
Union panafricaine de la science et de la technologie (UPST)
1987-06-30 Brazzaville Congo Brazzaville
30 Jun 1987, Brazzaville (Congo Brazzaville), at 1st Congress of African Scientists, as Non-Governmental Pan African Union for Science and Technology -- Union panafricaine nongouvernementale de la science et de la technologie. Headquarters Agreement between the Government of Congo and PUST signed 9 Dec 1987. No recent activity reported since 1995.
Mobilize and coordinate African scientific and technological community to promote independent, balanced and self-sustaining development of the African continent; mobilize creative and active forces and contribute to accelerating integration of science and technology for African development; encourage development of scientific and technological associations in Africa.
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Congress (meets every 3 years). Executive Committee of 19, including President, 3 Vice-Presidents and Secretary General, and representing the 5 sub-regions of Africa. Secretariat.
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