Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation (CFTC)
Fonds du Commonwealth pour la coopération technique
1 Apr 1971, as an integral part of C-XC0376 - Commonwealth Secretariat, following F-XF3257 - Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), Jan 1971, Singapore (Singapore).
As a source of assistance for sustainable development and poverty eradication: contribute to development efforts of member states; promote economic and social development and alleviation of poverty in Commonwealth countries; provide technical assistance (advice, experts and training) to meet priority needs of Commonwealth developing countries; support development cooperation activities of the Commonwealth by enabling each country to draw on the variety of skills available in the Commonwealth and to offer its own skills to others.
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Board of Governors (meets annually), consisting of all eligible members. Executive Committee of 16 members: 8 largest contributors to the overall resources of the various Commonwealth Funds for the past 3 years; 8 regional representatives with 2 from each region (Africa; Caribbean; Europe/Asia; Pacific).
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