Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA)
Association des instituts polytechniques africains du Commonwealth
1978-12 Nairobi Kenya
Founded Dec 1978, Nairobi (Kenya).
Undertake advocacy and provide leadership and support in development of adequate technical manpower for economic and industrial development of African Commonwealth countries; study and improve teaching content and methods in polytechnics and comparable institutions and associated curricula, syllabuses and examinations; help students and trainees to move between countries and institutions for courses not available at home; stimulate exchanges of experience and ideas; provide a forum for discussion of matters of common interest; study and improve the the organization management of polytechnics and comparable institutions.
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General Conference (every 3 years); Executive Board (meets annually); Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General.
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