Arab Gulf Programme for United Nations Development Organizations (AGFUND)
Programme du Golfe arabe pour les organisations de développement des Nations Unies
18 Apr 1981. Also known as Arab Gulf Programme. A multilateral aid institution of C-XC3038 - Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Finance humanitarian aspects of development; support programmes to benefit women and children in developing countries through financial contributions to projects of UN development organizations; participate in projects of other IGOs and international and Arab NGOs, particularly with respect to motherhood and childhood; establish institutions specialized in providing services to women and children; support training and education efforts to help women acquire skills and gain self-reliance; contribute to social, economic, health, nutrition, environmental protection programmes and to emergency relief.
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Board of Directors, composed of one representative and one deputy representative from each Member State, chaired by President. Vice-President. President's Office, consisting of Office Manager and 3 Department Directors. Includes K-XK2077 - Arab Gulf Fund.
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