Federation of Arab Engineers (FAE)
Fédération des ingénieurs arabes
1963-04 Damascus Syrian AR
Official inauguration 18 May 1963, Cairo (Egypt). Current statutes adopted 1984, Baghdad (Iraq).
Aggregate potential of Arab engineers and their efforts towards promoting unity and political and economic independence of the Arab nation; improve the image of the engineering profession and increase its scientific standards; preserve Arab engineering heritage and contribute to its growth and advancement; support national associations and work towards their establishment where none exists; improve social and moral standards of Arab engineers and upgrade their scientific, practical and professional capabilities; coordinate and cooperate with other Arab professional unions; facilitate freedom of work and travel for Arab engineers in the Arab world; consolidate scientific thinking in planning and practice in Arab countries; strengthen relations with other international engineering organizations; evaluate Arab and foreign scientific engineering qualifications.
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