International Agency for the Promotion of Ear Care (IAPEC)
Agence internationale pour la promotion des soins auditifs
Sep 1984, under the name IFOS Standing Committee for Worldwide Prevention of Hearing Impairment (WOPHIC), as a standing committee of B-XB1970 - International Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies (IFOS). New structure and name, the International Agency for the Prevention of Deafness (IAPD), adopted 10 Nov 1987 Delhi (India). Was also referred to as IFOS International Agency for the Promotion of Ear Care. Disbanded and replaced by F-XF2797 - Hearing International, 20 Jun 1993, Istanbul (Turkey).
Promote prevention of deafness; seek to mobilize public and political interest with the aim of getting practical resources for the creation of public health audiology and otology facilities; offer active support and cooperation to WHO by implementing a global programme at international, regional and national levels, particularly in developing countries.
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Directory Board, consisting of: Chairman, functioning as the President of the Agency; Vice-Presidents representing the involved societies; Secretary General of IFOS, acting as Secretary General of the Agency, ex officio; President and Vice-President of IFOS, ex officio; Chairmen of the other IFOS Standing Committees; by parity, representatives of other societies active in the fields. Members appointed observing a worldwide representation.
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