Inter-American Agency for Cooperation and Development (IACD)
Another one of the subsidiary organs established by CIDI is the Inter-American Agency for Cooperation and Development which is composed of the Management Board and the Executive Secretariat for Integral Development. The principal purpose is to promote, coordinate, manage, and facilitate the planning and execution of programs, projects, and activities, "partnership for development activities", within the scope of the OAS Charter and, in particular, the framework of the Strategic Plan for Partnership for Development of CIDI, or the "Strategic Plan".
The General Director of the IACD shall be the Executive Secretary for Integral Development, who will serve a term of office for four years, which may be renewed once.
For more information on the functions of the Agency, please consult the Statues of the IACD.
Documents of the Management Board of the IACD
The Management Board of IACD
The Management Board is the representative body of the Member States established to promote greater efficiency in the management of partnership for development activities and strengthen the Organizations capacity to benefit from expertise in development cooperation and to attract contributions of technical support and other resources from Member States, other states, and public and private organizations.
The Management Board of the IACD consists of nine (9) Member States of the OAS elected by CIDI at their annual meeting. Each Member State of the Management Board will have the right to one vote and shall designate a representative to serve for two years. For more information on the rules of membership and the functions of the Management Board, please consult the Rules of Procedure for the Management Board.
Current Members of the Management Board:
Chair (2014/2014): América Bastidas Castañeda, Advisor on Multilateral Affairs of the Ministry of Economy, Planning, and Development of the Dominican Republic
Vice Chair (2014/2015): Delegation of Paraguay
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