Institute of Appropriate Technology Transfer to Marginal Sectors of the Andrés Bello Convention
Institut du transfert des technologies appropriées pour les secteurs marginaux de la Convention Andrés Bello
Instituto de Transferencia de Tecnologia Apropiada para Sectores Marginales del Convenio Andrés Bello (ITACAB)
1 Dec 1986, Panama, as a body of the Principal Advisory Commission of F-XD4506 - Convenio Andrés Bello de integración educativa, cientifica y cultural de América Latina y España (Convenio Andrés Bello), by resolution PREMECAB No 02-86 of the President of S-XS0248 - Reunión de Ministros de Educación del Convenio Andrés Bello (REMECAB).
Formulate sustainable development models for marginal sectors and carry out programs; foster development, rescue and use of appropriate technology in agroecology, renewable energy, creation of enterprises and other fields of interest for the implementation of sustainable development models.
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