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WWA Mission in Haiti

During a technical needs assessment mission Service Maritime et de Navigation d’Haiti (SEMANAH) signed IALA National Membership. This is an important step to further improve the system for delivering marine aids to navigation in Haiti, aiming to reach the international standard. Due to the Covid-19 the IALA WWA Expert, Mrs. Gerardine Delanoye, had to return […]

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Spanish is more and more present in IALA

The Spanish community has shown a great involvement in IALA’s activities for a long time but it has increased even more over the past years and it is gaining momentum as the project of change of status of IALA into an inter-governmental organization is progressing. Several countries have volunteered to translate articles of publication like […]

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ARM11

The 11th Session of the ARM Committee was held at Centro Argentino de Ingenieros (CAI), Buenos Aires, Argentina from 9 to 13 March 2020. The committee chair was Phil Day and the committee secretary Thomas Southall. The ARM Committee and Secretary-General were warmly welcomed by Argentinian dignitaries – Comodoro Valentín Sanz Rodriguez – Servicio de […]

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Diplomatic Conference & WWA Seminar

The Diplomatic Conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 25 to 28 February 2020 reached the result it was aiming at. This Conference marked a very important step for IALA as the Convention for the future Organization under intergovernmental status was adopted. More than 239 persons from 62 States participated in the Conference or were […]

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Council 71

The 71st session of the IALA Council took place by videoconference on the 3rd and 4th of June. All councilors were present. The Secretary-General reported that after the successful Diplomatic Conference in Kuala Lumpur at the end of February, alongside with what happened through the world, IALA had to shut down to limit the COVID-19 […]

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Editorial

IALA’s work during Covid-19 pandemic

The IALA staff have been working from home since March 16, 2020 as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic. After the announcement of the French government that a strict lock down would be put in place, the IALA headquarters was shut down and the whole staff started to work from home. The staff benefited from […]

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