Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia on Plant Genetic Resources (RECSEA-PGR)
1993-12-09 Bogor Indonesia
9-10 Dec 1993, Bogor (Indonesia), when a regional committee of E-XE3150 - Bioversity International, with the title IBPGR-RECSEA, became more self-sufficient and independent and transformed to a regional forum for cooperation. Ceased to exist prior to 2014.
Promote and enhance the sustainable conservation and utilization of the region's plant genetic resources through collaborative activities of benefit to member countries.
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Interim Secretariat at Bioversity-APO office. Representative from PGR-related institutions in each country.
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