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The Darwin Initiative, a British government grants scheme aimed at helping protect biodiversity and the natural environment worldwide, announced that it is now accepting applications for this round’s projects. The deadline for project proposals is 12 September 2017. Selected...
03 July 2017, Rome – Speaking during the 40th Session of the FAO Conference in Rome, Rwandan Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources, H.E. Geraldine Mukeshimana announced that Rwanda will be hosting the Seventh Session of the Governing Body of...
The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resource for Food and Agriculture announced that it has now facilitated the transfer of over 4.1 million samples of germplasm through its multilateral system, rendering it the largest exchange pool in the world.
FAO celebrated the International Day for Biological Diversity on 22 May in Rome, to which the Secretariat of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture joined. The United Nations proclaimed the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB)...
More than 25 experts on documentation and information exchange from fifteen countries of the Near East and North Africa Region met in Cairo from 9 to 11 May to participate in a regional capacity strengthening workshop for the implementation of...
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