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Report on the WFEO Meeting of the Extended Executive Board

27 March 2015

No new members have joined WFEO, but some contacts have been established such as Papua New Guinea. Proposals for continuation or new hosts for STCs are awaited. There are stages to prepare proposals. Prepare a draft proposal. This will be reviewed and advice given on how to finalise. New hosts have to make proposal on how they will organise and operate the STC.

Request for nominations for the elections later this year in Japan have gone out toNational members. Nominations have to be made by National Members. International members cannot submit nominations.

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1. Introduction and Background

The Africa-UK Engineering for Development Partnership (A-UK Partnership) was established in March 2010.

The partnership brings together the engineering community in Africa and the UK in a consortium led by the Africa Engineers Forum, The Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institution of Civil Engineers. The purpose of the partnership is to strengthen the capacity of the African engineering profession and promote mutually beneficial links between engineers in Africa and the UK.

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