Arab Organization for Agricultural Development (AOAD)
Organisation Arabe du Développement Agricole
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11 Mar 1970, on approval of an agreement by the Council of League of Arab States (LAS), following meeting of Arab Ministers of Agriculture, 1969, Cairo (Egypt). Commenced operations Sep 1972, Khartoum (Sudan).
Identify and develop linkages between Arab countries and coordinate all agricultural and agricultural related activities among them in order to attain full regional integration in the sector.Available with paid subscription only.
Capacity building; guidance/assistance/consulting; knowledge management/information dissemination; research/documentation; training/education; projects/programmes; events/meetings; monitoring/evaluation; publishing activities.
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Members in 22 countries
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- Agriculture, Fisheries
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