Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO)
Organisation arabe pour le développement administratif (OADA)
1 Apr 1961, as Arab Organization of Administrative Sciences (AOAS) -- Organisation arabe des sciences administratives (OASA). Commenced activities, 1 Jan 1969, within the framework of the Human and Administrative Development Sector of D-XD2903 - League of Arab States (LAS), of which it is a specialized agency and for whom it serves as an official consultative house in the field of administration for its Arab member states. Charter amended 1982. Current title adopted 1990.
Contribute to administrative development in Arab States in a way that serves overall Arab comprehensive development issues.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Executive Council; Directorate General, headed by Director General.
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