Eastern African Centre for Research on Oral Traditions and African National Languages (EACROTANAL)
Centre de recherches sur les traditions orales et les langues nationales africaines en Afrique orientale
Centro Africano Oriental para la Investigación de las Tradiciones Orales y las Lenguas Nacionales Africanas
1979-07 Zanzibar Tanzania UR
Jul 1979, Zanzibar (Tanzania UR), within the framework of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, as part of the ten-year Plan approved by 17th session of UNESCO General Conference, 1972. Decision to set up Centre in Zanzibar taken at meeting of interested African countries organized by the Government of Tanzania with financial aid from UNESCO. No recent activity reported since 1996.
Encourage research and develop means of collection, preservation, dissemination and analysis of oral traditions and literature; promote African languages in the modern environment.
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Executive Director; Assistant Executive Director (Finance and Administration); Coordinators (3): for Languages and Translation; for Information and Publications; for Oral Traditions and Old Manuscripts.
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