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Inades-Formation was created in 1975 by the Jesuit fathers. It was born from the African Institute for Economic and Social Development (INADES) itself created in 1962 in Côte d’Ivoire and devoted to the training of middle managers in Africa. Realizing the need for training in the agricultural world, which brought together nearly 80% of the population, the Jesuit Fathers will orient themselves towards this target and offer them courses and supervision. Correspondence courses for agricultural training in fundamental French are given and booklets for the training of women in the village, the Agripromo review (1973) intended for agricultural trainers and animators are produced. The impact was considerable and it became necessary to create national offices in the different countries, French-speaking and English-speaking, where correspondence courses were held. In 1975, Inades-Formation was created and this branch of INADES activities was entrusted to it. Inades-Formation will therefore continue the training programs given to farmers and the production of educational books, while working in the same spirit as the founding fathers: respect for human dignity, the spirit of service, selflessness, the promotion of the integral development of man and of every man. Today, Inades-Formation is a social movement at the service of the common good . It continues to support producers but also targets all social categories in order to create the conditions for a life of dignity for all.

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