Centres régionaux d'enseignement spécialisé en agriculture (CRESA)
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Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire
Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), at 'Centre ivorien de recherches économiques et sociales (CIRES)', to coordinate specialized regional centres of C-XF3420 - Agence universitaire de La Francophonie (AUF) in cooperation with U-XE2292 - Comité de programme: enseignement supérieur et recherche (CPESR).
Provide countries of the South with facilities for higher education in the French language in the field of rural development; promote regional cooperation among these countries; organize cooperation among aid agencies, augmenting currently existing training potential rather than creating new structures. Fields: economics and rural sociology; agricultural water resources; protection of the environment and improving systems in the Sahel; irrigation; forestry.
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