Association of Episcopal Conferences of Anglophone West Africa (AECAWA)
Association des conférences épiscopales de l'Afrique de l'Ouest anglophone
1977-11-16 Ibadan Nigeria
16-17 Nov 1977, Ibadan (Nigeria). As of 2007, activities taken over by D-XM3475 - Regional Episcopal Conference of West Africa (RECOWA).
Maintain liaison between constituent Conferences; facilitate inter-communion; serve as coordinating agency for studies of common interest and for other forms of collaboration within the constituent Conferences and with other bodies.
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Plenary Assembly; Standing Committee; President; Secretary General. Commissions: U-XE0593 - Anglophone West Africa Catechetical Commission (AWACC); U-XE0587 - Catholic Anglophone Media Association of West Africa (CAMAWA); Commission on Interreligious Dialogue; Justice, Peace and Development Commission; Laity Commission; Seminary Commission. Institute: U-XF0194 - Catholic Institute of West Africa (CIWA).
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