Regional Centre on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development for the Near East
Centre régional de la réforme agraire et de développement rural au Proche-Orient (CARDNE)
Established Sep 1983, following a B-XB0971 - FAO sponsored meeting of representatives and observers from 18 Near Eastern states. Agreement establishing CARDNE came into effect in 1987.
Assist national action and stimulate and promote regional cooperation relating to agrarian reform and rural development; improve production, income and living conditions of small-scale farmers, pastoral nomads and other needy rural groups; integrate rural people in the development process and promote their involvement in the social, economic and cultural life of their communities; serve member states by providing consultative services and technical support, fostering the exchange of ideas and experience and encouraging collaborative activities.
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Governing Council, consisting of all member states (meets every 2 years). Executive Committee of 5 members (meets annually). Officers: Director; Deputy Director; Programme Officer; Section Officer and Section and Services Employees.
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