Foundation for International Training (FIT)
1976, as Foundation for International Training for Third World Countries (FIT) – Fondation pour la formation internationale dans les pays du Tiers-monde – Fundación Internacional para el Desarrollo de Recursos Humanos en los Paises del Tercer Mundo. Registered in accordance with Canadian law: 118929157 RR0001. Ceased to exist 2017.
Further social and economic progress in developing countries by strengthening human capabilities; foster and increase the capacities of local institutions to strengthen human resources for development.
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Advisory Council of 35 members. Board of Governors, consisting of 18 members. Executive Committee, consisting of 9 members. Geographic areas (5): Africa; Asia; Caribbean; Latin America; Eastern Europe.
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