Latin American Network on Andean Mountains (INfoAndina)
Red Latinoamericana sobre Desarrollo Sostenible de Montañas
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1994. Serves as information programme of Consortium for the Sustainable Development of the Andean Ecoregion (CONDESAN). Since 1996 a node of Mountain Forum (MF). Previously also referred to as Latin American Mountain Forum -- Foro de Montañas para América Latina.
Promote knowledge generation, information exchange, and learning among different actors to create sustainable development of the mountain region.Available with paid subscription only.
'InfoAndina', created in 1994, - knowledge management space aimed to promote information exchange in the Andean region.
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