IULA African Union of Local Authorities (IULA-AULA)
1984-03 Harare Zimbabwe
Mar 1984, Harare (Zimbabwe), as IULA African Section (IULA-AS), within the framework of H-XB2736 - International Union of Local Authorities (IULA). Ceased to exist when merged with H-XD7815 - Union of African Towns (UAT) and African chapter of D-XD2072 - União das Cidades Capitais Luso-Afro-Américo-Asiaticas (UCCLA) into E-XE4716 - United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa).
Improve the quality of services provided by local authorities to the citizens; help build up the institutional capacity necessary for the development and management of rural and urban settlements; strengthen local government as an instrument for socio-economic development; promote people's participation in community affairs.
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