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Forêts, sécurité alimentaire et nutrition

Bienvenue au module sur les forêts, la sécurité alimentaire et la nutrition. Ce module est destiné aux gestionnaires forestiers publics et privés qui désirent renforcer la contribution des forêts et des arbres hors forêts à la sécurité alimentaire et à la nutrition. Ce module propose des connaissances pratiques, des stratégies et des outils permettant d’avoir recours à la Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF).

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