African Institute for Economic Development and Planning
Afrikanisches Institut für Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung und Planung
The African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP) is a Pan-African Institution created in 1962 by the General Assembly of the United Nations. Newly independent African countries felt the urgent need to build-up domestic human capital as a necessity for sustaining independence and promoting socio-economic development. IDEP was then given the mandate to train policy makers and development professionals, to provide advisory services for African governments and regional organisations, to promote original thinking and research on Africa’s policy issues, to become a centre of excellence with full intellectual freedom that will lead the debate on African development issues and uphold the economic independence of African countries.
Development, Education, Management, Politics, Research
Ägypten, Algerien, Angola, Äquatorialguinea, Äthiopien, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Djibouti, Elfenbeinküste, Gabun, Ghana, Kamerun, Kenia, Kongo, Liberia, Libyen, Madagaskar, Malawi, Marokko, Mauretanien, Mauritius, Mosambik, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Republik Südafrika, Ruanda, Sambia, Senegal, Simbabwe, Somalia, Sudan, Tansania, Tschad, Tunesien, Uganda, Zaire, Zentralafrikanische Republik, Afrika
20. Okt 2003
16. Dez 2011