Instituto de Cooperación y de Desarrollo Europa Asia Africa América Latina (ICDE3AL)
Europe Asia Africa and Latin America Cooperation and Development Institute
Institut de cooperation et de développement europa asie afrique amérique latine
4 July 1991, as Institut de coopération Europe-Amérique Latine. Later known as Institute for Cooperation between Europe-Asia-Latin America -- Institut de coopération Europe-Asie-Amérique Latine (ICEAAL) and Institute for Cooperation between Europe-Asia-Africa-Latin America -- Institut de coopération Europe-Asie-Afrique-Amérique Latine (ICE3AL) -- Instituto de Cooperación Europa Asia Africa América Latina. Re-established under current name, France, 2012.
Limit and reduce the effects of the market economy on the human fabric of disadvantaged regions where governments are not in position to devise suitable humanitarian, social and cultural programmes.Available with paid subscription only.
Programmes: 'ECHO' supplies and coordinates assistance in the event of natural disasters; 'ECIP' promotes and facilitates exchange and transfer of technology; Food security.
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