African-Asian Rural Development Organization (AARDO)
1962-03-31 Cairo Egypt
Established 31 Mar 1962, Cairo (Egypt), on adoption of Constitution by 5 nations at 2nd Afro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Conference, following a proposal approved by 1st Afro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Conference, Jan 1961, Delhi (India). Original title: Afro-Asian Rural Reconstruction Organization (AARRO) – Organisation afro-asiatique pour la reconstruction rurale (OASRR) – Organización Afro-Asiatica para la Reconstrucción Rural.
Catalyze efforts of Afro-Asian countries to help them restructure their rural societies and reconstruct the economy of their rural people.
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General Conference (every 3 years); Executive Committee; Liaison Committee; Technical Programme Committee; Regional Offices (6); Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General.
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