Inter-State School of Rural Equipment Engineers
Ecole inter-Etats d'ingénieurs de l'équipement rural (EIER)
1969-01-29 Brazzaville Congo Brazzaville
29 Jan 1969, Brazzaville (Congo Brazzaville), as a joint venture of Member States of H-XD0324 - African and Mauritian Common Organization. School opened Jan 1970. Remained affiliated to OCAM until the dissolution of that body in 1985, although links were less formal after Jul 1973. Also referred to in English as as Inter-State School of Rural Engineering. Merged with H-XD9095 - Inter-State Organization for Advanced Technicians of Hydraulics and Rural Equipment to form F-XM1276 - International Institute for Water and Environmental Engineering (2IE), 2004.
Provide operational teaching of engineers in charge of studying, constructing, producing, overseeing, managing and maintaining the works and equipment necessary for the development of African rural and urban areas; participate accordingly in the development of the States, fight against poverty, improvement of public health, growth of agricultural production, desertification control, mastery of energy resources, water supply and sanitation and environment.
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Governing Board (meets annually), consisting of Ministers representing each of the Member States. Advisory Council (convened every 2 years). Director, assisted by Director of Studies, Director of Finance and Administration and Director of Research.
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