Centro Interamericano de Desarrollo e Investigación Ambiental y Territorial (CIDIAT)
Centre interaméricain pour le développement et la recherche environnementale et territoriale
Inter-American Center for Development and Environmental and Territorial Research
1965-02-04 Washington DC USA
4 Feb 1965, Washington DC (USA), as Inter-American Center for the Integral Development of Water and Land Resources -- Centre interaméricain pour le développement intégral des ressources en eau et en terre -- Centro Interamericano para el Desarrollo Integral de Aguas y Tierras, by agreement between Government of Venezuela and D-XD3030 - OAS. Nationalized in 1975, although activities maintained at the regional level through modifying the original agreement to establish OAS-CIDIAT Inter-American Program (OCIP). Current title adopted May 1993, while maintaining the same initial abbreviation, CIDIAT. Supported solely by the Government of Venezuela since 1997. Currently a Venezuelan training centre linked to the Ministry of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources and affiliated academically to G-XG4157 - Andes University, maintaining inter-American activities through 'Regional Training Program in Environmental Management and Natural Resources Conservation'.
Contribute to the economic and social development of Latin America and the Caribbean Islands through promotion of sustainable development and protection of natural resources and the environment.
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