United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

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United Nations Economic Commission for Africa

A commission established by the United Nations to foster economic and other cooperation among African states. It promotes trade, food security and other development goals. It was founded in 1958.
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The UNECA will also provide the Ministry with a number of technical experts in all domains of cooperation within and outside the organization alongside the consultation on the issues of common interest, and the building of an analytical capabilities for the trade policies and the assessment and follow-up policies to determine what has been agreed upon or the reasons that have prevented its implementation, in addition to the intellectual property and the resolution of disputes.
6) UNECA, Assessing Regional Integration in Africa, Towards Monetary and Financial Integration in Africa, 2008, p.
The State Minister for Finance has called on the UNECA to increase its technical and economic cooperation with the Sudan in all economic domains.
AfDB, UNECA, UNDP and OECD (2012), African Economic Outlook 2011/12.
In September, a symposium entitled "Reflections on International Humanitarian Interventions in Africa" was held at the UNECA in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The opening session was attended by Ethiopia's President Girma Wolde-Giorgis, Ethiopian Women, Youth and Children Minister, representatives of the African Union and UNECA and members of the diplomatic corps accredited in Addis Ababa.
Economic Development and NEPAD Division Director in UNECA Emmanule Nnadozie said the report is widely recognized and assesses the social and administrative progress of the continent.
EAbdoullie Janneh, United Nations Under-Secretary General and ExecutiveSecretary of UNECA.
a "Morocco's economic performance in recent years has been remarkable, due to both favorable international conditions and macro-economic modernization underlined by reforms to boost competitiveness and diversification," said the African Economic Outlook 2008, a collaborative project between the AfDB, the OECD Development Center and the UNECA, with financial support from the European Commission.
The AWCPD was established as an autonomous advisory and consultative body to the Executive Secretary of the UNECA and the Secretary General of the OAU and through him, the Central Organization of the Mechanism and other policy organisations of the OAU/AU.
In Varadero, the Cuban tourism state company, UNECA, in co-operation with the Spanish companies Oasis International and Gropo Sol, the Jamaican Super Clubs and Italian investments have built the recently opened hotels, or are working on the series of new projects along the resort's twelve miles of white sands and crystal clear blue waters.
Africa can be a world leader in terms of climate change solutions," says Carlos Lopes, executive secretary for UNECA.