THE USE OF TREATED WASTE WATER (TWW) IN FOREST PLANTATIONS IN THE NEAR EAST REGION | Land Portal

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décembre 2002
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FAODOCREP:ea91a50e-4f9a-555a-a174-bfb46fc14887
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Meeting symbol/code: NEFC 02 4

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Regional Office for the Near East Forestry Group
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The mission of FAO in the Near East and North Africa is to achieve sustainable food security for all and to help vulnerable communities cope with and recover from shocks and crises.

To do this, FAO helps Member States work toward sustainable increases in agriculture production, minimize depletion and degradation of already scarce natural resources, boost rural development and reduce food loss and waste.

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The mission of FAO in the Near East and North Africa is to achieve sustainable food security for all and to help vulnerable communities cope with and recover from shocks and crises.

To do this, FAO helps Member States work toward sustainable increases in agriculture production, minimize depletion and degradation of already scarce natural resources, boost rural development and reduce food loss and waste.

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