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Bali, Indonesia - Agriculture ministers and senior officials from more than 100 countries have committed to review the global crop gene pool of the International Treaty on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture and urged those countries who have not...
Since the last session of the Governing Body five new states have ratified the Treaty and seat at the Fourth Session of the Governing Body as Contracting Parties. These are the following: Nepal (19 October 2009) Albania (12 May 2010) Slovakia (8 June 2010) Montenegro...
The aim of the learning module is to develop knowledge and skills to implement the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture and to use The Treaty’s standard material transfer agreement (SMTA). This module is targeted to...
Rome - Senior representatives of more than 60 countries including 22 cabinet ministers have met in Rome as part of a new push to galvanize support behind the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources and its Benefit-sharing Fund, considered essential...
Rome – The genetic diversity of the plants that we grow and eat and their “wild relatives” could be lost forever, threatening future food security, unless special efforts are stepped up to not only conserve but also utilize them, especially...

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