FAO Desert Locust Control Committee (DLCC)
Jan 1955, by Director-General of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), as expansion of the previous Coordinating Committee for the Control of the Desert Locust in the Arabian Peninsula. First session Apr 1955. Also referred to as LCC.
Keep the desert locust situation under review; coordinate the desert locust control campaign in the Arabian Peninsula and other affected areas; promote overall coordination of the various national and regional anti-locust organizations and commissions and of national and international policies and protective measures; provide the FAO Director-General with technical and scientific advice on the desert locust situation and on measures required to keep it under control and give general policy guidance.Available with paid subscription only.
Sessions: annual to 1982; 1988, 1989; biennial 1984, 1986, 1990, 1992.
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Arabic, English, French.
Members in 64 countries
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- Arid Zones
- Agriculture, Fisheries
- FAO Bodies
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