The Committees

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The Steering Committee

  • Dr. Christian Mouity ENSET – Libreville, GABON
  • Dr. Innocent FASSE MBOUYA ENSET, University of Douala, CAMEROON
  • Dr.Madi GOUNDIAM, AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Trade Center, Bamako, MALI
  • Dr. Youssef NAOUAR, Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, TUNISIA

The 2002 Historical Steering Committee

  • Dr. Jean Sylvain Bekale Nze, ENSET – Libreville Gabon
  • Dr. Emile Bih, IPNETP – Abidjan – Ivory Coast
  • Pr. Jacques Ginestié Aix-Marseille University – Marseille France
  • Dr. Christian Mouity ENSET – Libreville Gabon

The Scientific Committee

chairwoman

  • Pr. Hélène Cheneval ARMAND ESPE Aix-Marseille – Marseille France

Members

  • France (AMU): Hélène Cheneval ARMAND (President), Jacques Ginestié, Stéphane Brunel (University of Bordeaux) and Philippe Girard (School of Air)
  • Norway: Turid Trebbi
  • UNESCO: Edem Adubra, Hervé Huot Marchand
  • Burkina Faso: Mathias Kyelem, Jean-Claude Bationo
  • Cameroon: Pierre Fonkoua, Julia Ndibnu
  • Spain: Blanca Barredo
  • Gabon: Jean Sylvain Bekale Nze, Christian Mouity, Emmanuel Moudouma
  • Greece: Konstantinos Ravanis
  • Equatorial Guinea: Tito Mitogo
  • Mali: Madi Goudiam
  • Morocco: Mourad Taha Janan, Mohamed Elmahi, Abellah Bah, Labri Ben Larbi
  • Niger: Nana Aicha Goza
  • Nigeria: Muhammed Abubakar
  • Senagal: Ibrahima Wade, Babacar Gueye, Fatou Diagne, Mortalla Diallo, Aminata Ka
  • Tunisia: Chriraz Ben Kilani, Bassem Jamoussi, Adel Bouras
  • Zimbabwe: Maroni Runesu Nykahadzoyi

The Operational and Strategic Cell

The Operational and Strategic Unit is a structure capable of concretizing the opportunities and opportunities emanating from different areas of prospective. It makes it possible to put the donors in contact with the teams of researchers according to their specialties.

It studies the potentialities of the field and makes recommendations to the steering committee. It conducts prospective feasibility studies based on the strategic orientations of the network. She is the linchpin of the organization.

It ensures the pedagogical engineering of the actions of expertise and training, the smooth running of these and their evaluations.

  • Jean-Sylvain Bekale Nze
  • Pierre Fonkoua
  • Bruno Dzounesse Tayim
  • Stéphane Brunel
  • Guy Oliveri
  • Patrick Richard

The 55 Local Committees

The Local Committee STATES OF EASTERN AFRICA

  • BURUNDI
  • COMOROS
  • DJIBOUTI
  • ERITREA
  • ETHIOPIA
  • KENYA
  • MADAGASCAR
  • MALAWI
  • MAURICE
  • MOZAMBIQUE
  • RWANDA
  • SEYCHELLES
  • SOMALIA
  • SOMALILAND
  • SOUTH SUDAN
  • TANZANIA
  • UGANDA
  • ZAMBIA
  • ZIMBABWE

The Local Committee STATES OF CENTRAL AFRICA

  • ANGOLA
  • CAMEROON
  • CENTRAL
  • CHAD
  • REPUBLIC OF CONGO
  • DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO
  • EQUATORIAL GUINEA
  • GABON
  • SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE

The Local Committee STATES OF NORTH AFRICA

  • ALGERIA
  • EGYPT
  • LIBYA
  • MOROCCO
  • SUDAN
  • TUNISIA

Local Committee STATES OF SOUTHERN AFRICA

  • BOTSWANA
  • LESOTHO
  • NAMIBIA
  • SOUTH AFRICA
  • SWAZILAND

The Local Committee WEST AFRICAN STATES

  • BENIGN
  • BURKINA FASO
  • GREEN CAP
  • IVORY COAST
  • GAMBIA
  • GHANA
  • GUINEA
  • GUINEA-BISSAU
  • LIBERIA
  • MALI
  • MAURITANIA
  • NIGER
  • NIGERIA
  • SENEGAL
  • SIERRA LEONE
  • TOGO

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