African Civil Service Observatory (ACSO)
Observatoire des fonctions publiques africaines (OFPA)
5 Nov 1991, on the basis of the 'Cotonou Initiative'. Commenced activities 1993.
Participate in reflections on the evolution of the state's role in facing the challenge with respect to the rule of law and of economic and social development by: collecting information on the state of African civil services; appreciating the problems these civil services face in common and considering possible solutions; identifying programmes or regional projects for better cooperation among these civil services, especially training, harmonization of statutes and exchange among civil servants of different states, and taking part in such activities. Provide for better exchange of information.
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Board of Directors, comprising 10 representatives of Civil Service Ministers of member states of the Activities Monitoring Committee and 5 representatives of backers (including ACCT, UNDP and the World Bank). Officers: Chairperson, Standing Secretary, Assistant Standing Secretary. Headquarters in Benin.
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