Islamic University in Niger
Université islamique au Niger
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1984-12 Sanaa Yemen
Dec 1984, Sanaa (Yemen), at 15th K-XF4192 - Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), following recommendations at 2nd F-XF4974 - Islamic Summit of Kings and Heads of States and Governments, Feb 1974, Lahore (Pakistan). Commenced activities, 1986. Situated in Say (near Niamey). Comes within the framework of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Also referred to as Oum Al Qura University of Niger and previously in French as Université islamique de l'Afrique de l'Ouest.
Respond to the needs of Muslim populations in Africa and of the Muslim world in general.
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Board of Trustees (meets annually), comprising 15 members, including: 4 members appointed by the Government of Niger; Chairman of the Permanent Council of F-XF9010 - Islamic Solidarity Fund (ISF); Secretary General of OIC; 4 men of letters and scientists of the Islamic world regardless of nationality; 3 members appointed from among Muslim candidates proposed by French-speaking African States; Rector of the University; one representative of the faculty. Executive Board (meets monthly), provisionally comprising: Rector and Secretary General of the University; 2 Vice Rectors; Deans of Faculties; 2 elected members of the teaching staff.
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