• L-R: H. Mashelemi, Callistus Ogoi, Martin Manuhwa, Mustafa B. Shehu, Hakim Elwaer, Martin Van Veelen, Bernard Ordams, Francis Happi.
  • FAEO Executive Members at a meeting with African Union Commission.
  • FAEO Executive Members outside African Union Building, Addis Ababa.

Welcome

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Ladies and Gentlemen, I welcome you to the Website of the Federation of African Engineering Organisations (FAEO).

The FAEO was founded in 1972 in Cairo, Egypt, then known as Federation of African Organisation of Engineers, FAOE. In 2012 however, at a General Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya, it was renamed as Federation of African Engineering Organisations, FAEO so that it will take-over the activities and operations of the then FAOE as well as the African Engineers Forum, AEF. The objective achieved by this is to have one strong and active engineering body representing African Engineering Institutions at the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) as well as any other International body. Presently, it is the only Organisation representing African Engineering Institutions at WFEO. It has membership from the 5 regions in Africa (West, Central, Eastern, Northern and Southern) as well as national member Institutions.
The Secretariat of FAEO is being hosted in Abuja, Nigeria since May 2012.

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Members

faeo00316 countries as founding members:

The Republic of Benin,

Burkina Faso,

Cameroon,

Chad,

Gambia,

Ghana,

Kenya,

Nigeria,

Malawi,

Republic of South Africa,

Senegal,

Sierra Leone,

Tanzania,

Togo,

Uganda and

Zambia.


FAEO consists of 26 member countries:

SAFEO WAFEO EAFEO CAFEO
South Africa Ghana Kenya Cameroon
Zimbabwe Nigeria Uganda Chad
Namibia Sierra Leone Tanzania Gabon
Botswana Ivory Coast Ruwanda  
Lesotho Burkina Faso    
Swaziland Benin Republic    
Mozambique Togo    
Seychelles Gambia    
Zambia      
Malawi      
Mauritius      

Standing Technical Committees

Water
Energy
Capacity Building
Anti-Corruption
Infrastructure
Information and Communication Technology
Women in Engineering
Young Engineers Forum
Engineering Education

Mission

To serve humanity through the use of best practiced technology. To represent the engineering profession in Africa, internationally.

Vision

The FAEO is recognized by international organisations as the overall leader of the engineering profession in Africa and sets out to apply engineering for the benefit of makind.