Inter-University Committee for East Africa
Comité inter-universités pour l'Afrique orientale
1 July 1970, when the 3 separate national universities (University of Nairobi (Kenya), Makerere University and University of Dar-es-Salaam) came into being. Set up following dissolution of University of East Africa, founded in 1963 to serve as a common university for the 3 member countries of the then East African Common Services Organization (EACSO), which was superseded, 6 June 1967, Kampala (Uganda), by East African Community - 1967 (EAC). Ceased to exist following disintegration of that Community in 1977. Activities currently carried out within the framework of East African Community (EAC) by Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA).Available with paid subscription only.
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