Handbook ::  B. Permanent Commissions

05. CACDEC Statutes (Committee for Assistance to Chess Developing Countries)

Approved by the Central Committee, 27 September 1975 in Oosterbeek, Netherlands. Amended by the 1987, 1993, 1995 & 1996 General Assemblies.
1.

FIDE shall have a permanent Committee for Assistance to Chess Developing Countries under the Development Commission.

2.

The Committee shall consist of a Chairman, a Secretary and the required number of additional members. The members shall elect an Executive Board.

3.

The aim of the Committee shall be to promote chess in the chess developing countries.

4.

To further this aim the Committee shall

  1. evaluate the existing needs
  2. create a fund to finance its projects
  3. furnish literature, chess sets and other chess equipment
  4. (GA `96) assist in the organization of chess courses, seminars and simultaneous exhibitions, in particular together with a FIDE event organized by a CACDEC federation.
  5. assist in the organization of teachers` training courses
  6. promote a system whereby players and officials get opportunities for international practice.
5.

The Committee shall give every assistance possible wherever needed. (GA `95)

5.1

The projects presented by the national federation should be sent to the Zone and Continental Presidents concerned.

5.2

The projects should be analysed by the concerned committee and then be approved by the Development Commission.

5.3

The resources for the projects shall come from CACDEC.

5.4

The federations asking for Development Commission assistance should not be in arrears with FIDE.

5.5

If the federation had received any previous help from FIDE, they should explain how this help has worked.

5.6

The list of CACDEC countries will be divided into two levels (see annex).

6.

The funds of the Committee shall be administered by the Treasurer of FIDE.

7.

These funds can be used for CACDEC purposes upon joint decision of the Chairman and the Secretary, and with the approval of the FIDE President.

8.

Once a year the Development Commission shall give a report of its activities to the General Assembly.

Levels of CACDEC Federations

Level 1:
Federations with technical and financial needs:
Level 2:
Federations with technical needs:
  1. Afghanistan
  2. Angola
  3. Bhutan
  4. Burundi
  5. Cambodia
  6. Cameroon
  7. Congo
  8. Ethiopia
  9. Ghana
  10. Haiti
  11. Kenya
  12. Laos
  13. Madagascar
  14. Malawi
  15. Mauritania
  16. Mozambique
  17. Nepal
  18. Nigeria
  19. Pakistan
  20. Palau
  21. Papua New Guinea
  22. Rwanda
  23. Sierra Leone
  24. Solomon Islands
  25. Somalia
  26. Sudan
  27. Uganda
  28. Yemen
  29. Zambia
  30. Zimbabwe
  1. Andorra
  2. Aruba
  3. Bahamas
  4. Bahrain
  5. Barbados
  6. Belize
  7. Bermuda
  8. Bolivia
  9. Botswana
  10. Britsh Virgin Islands
  11. Brunei Darussalam
  12. Chinese Taipei
  13. Cyprus
  14. El Salvador
  15. Faroe Islands
  16. Fiji
  17. Gabon
  18. Guatemala
  19. Guernsey
  20. Honduras
  21. Hong Kong
  22. Jamaica
  23. Japan
  24. Jersey
  25. Jordan
  26. Kuwait
  27. Lebanon
  28. Libya
  29. Liechtenstein
  30. Macau
  31. Maldives
  32. Malta
  33. Mauritius
  34. Monaco
  35. Myanmar
  36. Namibia
  37. Netherlands Antilles
  38. Nicaragua
  39. Palestine
  40. Panama
  41. Puerto Rico
  42. San Marino
  43. Sao Tome and Principe
  44. Seyschelles
  45. South Africa
  46. South Korea
  47. Sri Lanka
  48. Surinam
  49. Syria
  50. Thailand
  51. Trinidad & Tobago
  52. US Virgin Islands
  53. Wales
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