IDDA

(redirected from Industrial Development Decade for Africa)
AcronymDefinition
IDDAInternational Disc Duplicating Association
IDDAIndustrial Development Decade for Africa
IDDAInternational Demolition Derby Association
IDDAInterior Decorators and Designers Association
IDDAid Demo Analyzer
IDDAInstrumental Data for Drug Analysis (book)
IDDAInternet Design & Development Associates (Santa Rosa, CA)
IDDAInternational Dairy-Deli Association
IDDAInternational Diamond Dealers Association
IDDAIowa Drainage District Association
IDDAIllawarra District Darts Association (Australia)
IDDAIntegrated Dynamic Decision Analysis
IDDAInternet Demolition Derby Association
IDDAIndian Development District of Arizona
IDDAIntra-Departmental Delegation of Authority
IDDAID Desktop Assistant
IDDAIndustrial District Development Association
IDDAIdaho Department of Agriculture (Boise, ID)
IDDAIntegrated DNA Diagnostics Australia
IDDAIntelligent Design by Direct Action
IDDAInternational Drylands Development Association
IDDAIch Dich Doch Auch
IDDAIllinois Door Dealer Association
IDDAInstitute of Drafting and Design Australia
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In his keynote speech, Louis Michel, Member of the European Parliament and Co-president of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly, congratulated UNIDO for organizing the discussion which he said was in line with the UN resolution of 25 July 2016 on the Third Industrial Development decade for Africa.
In July, the UN General Assembly proclaimed the period 2016-2025 as the Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa.
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) is welcoming the UN General Assembly decision proclaiming the period 2016-2025 as the Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa.
Taking consensus action on a range of draft resolutions today, the General Assembly, decided to convene a high-level meeting on antimicrobial resistance, proclaimed the period 2016-2025 as the Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa, and approved an agreement institutionalizing the relationship between the United Nations and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
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