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Stanislas Spero Adotévi

In sympathy with AFICS Burkina Faso (AAFNU-BF), we share with you this sad news of the passing away of Mr. Stanislas Spero Adotévi, the first president of their Association of Former International Civil Servants (2003-2008) in the country, who died on February 7, 2024 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Mr. S.S. Adotévi was an eminent personality who had a multitude of strings to his bow relating to his career within the United Nations System, specifically at the United Nations Children's Fund. Attached is the tribute to Mr. Adotévi made by Mr. Sidiki Bonzi, President of AAFNU-BF. We send our condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.


Roger Eggleston

It is with sadness that we announce the passing away of Roger Eggleston, FAFICS President from 2012-2014, who died at his home in Warwick, England on 22 March 2024. Attached is the President’s Letter which also includes two messages from past presidents. We send our sympathy and prayers for his family and loved ones. May he rest in peace.


Alan PrienAlan Prien

It is with sadness that we announce the passing away of Alan Prien, a dear colleague and valued member of the FAFICS family. He held many significant positions in FAFICS, including as former Vice President, and presided over Council sessions, including as recently as last year (52nd Council Session.) Please find attached the message sent by President Jerry Barton on behalf of FAFICS, which was read by our past President Marco Breschi at Alan's funeral service yesterday, along with his own statement. We send our deepest sympathy and condolences to his family and friends. He will surely be missed.


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FAFICS - 53rd Council- Welcome letter from President and information on VIC , Vienna and Council

2023-02-26 Breaking News

After the decision reached by the Bureau on 23rd February, The 53rd Council , is scheduled to be held in Vienna (Austria) from 17th JULY 2023. thru 20th July 2023., in hybrid mode....Secretary,FAFICS


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FAFICS is the Federation of Associations of Former International Civil Servants. It was founded in 1975.


• It brings together Associations of retired International Civil Servants from the United Nations and the Specialized Agencies of the UN. There are currently 64 Member Associations of FAFICS, located in all regions of the world, with a total membership of about twenty thousand retirees.


• FAFICS provides a framework for promoting and defending the interests of former civil servants, most notably in pension and health insurance issues. To this end, it keeps abreast of developments at the UN General Assembly and other Governing Bodies of UN System Organizations.


The Federation is a non-profit association with its headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland (see Statutes).


The governing body of the Federation is the FAFICS Council, which elects the Federation Officers.

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