The history of Inades-Formation Chad has two main stages:
In November 1978, Inades-Formation Chad moved to N’Djaména, the capital of the Republic of Chad, as an NGO, Office Establishment of Inades-Formation international which is based in Abidjan;
In March 1997, Inades-Formation Chad adopted the status of national non-profit association governed by the Chadian law n ° 027 INT / SUR of July 28, 1962 and article 7 of Decree n ° 165 / INT / SUR of August 25 1962. It is registered on 10 June 1997 in the register of associations, 1998, folio 642 of the Ministry of the Interior, Security and Decentralization of the Republic of Chad.
Inades-Formation Chad has a National Directorate located in N’Djaména and an Antenna in Moundou.
The period of instability in the country had a negative impact on the inadequacy of the activities of Inades-Formation Chad after its installation, first obliging it to temporarily move its headquarters to Maroua (North Cameroon) and then to Moundou From 1979 to 1983-1984, before returning to N’Djamena.
The unrest on 2 and 3 February 2008, which led to the looting of the premises of its Directorate in N’Djamena, resulted in an interruption of the activities of the operational team for at least 6 months.
Inades-Formation Secrétariat général 08 BP 8 Abidjan 08 Tel: +225 22 40 02 16