Confédération des ONG d'environnement et de développement de l'Afrique centrale (CONGAC)
Confederation of Environmental and Development NGOs of Central Africa
1992-09-25 Douala Cameroon
25 Sep 1992, Douala (Cameroon), at constituent assembly, following S-XF2327 - United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), Jun 1992, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Also referred to as Confederation of Central African NGOs and as Confédération des organisations non-gouvernementales de l'Afrique centrale.
Provide a framework for mutual support and cooperation among voluntary development organizations and nongovernmental environment and development organizations in Central Africa; promote popular participation in efforts to protect the environment for sustainable development; contribute to waste management and to combating desertification; organize local and village committees for control and preservation of natural resources; assist in identifying and mobilizing self-help resources.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Administrative Council; Expert Group; Information and Training Centre; Executive Secretariat.
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