Technical Cooperation Network on Rational Use of Fuel in Agriculture in Latin America and the Caribbean
Réseau de coopération technique sur l'utilisation rationnelle du combustible en agriculture en Amérique latine et aux Caraïbes
Red de Cooperación Técnica en Uso Racional de Combustible en la Agricultura en América Latina y el Caribe
1983-12 Buenos Aires Argentina
Dec 1983, Buenos Aires (Argentina), as 'Red de Cooperación técnica en Conservación de Energia', within the framework of E-XE9569 - FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (FAO/RLC), at a roundtable in which 8 countries participated. Listed title adopted 1 Jan 1987. Presumably no longer exists.
Promote cooperation among developing countries; encourage their self-confidence through recognition of their own resources, knowledge and skills; strengthen technical capacity of national institutions; stimulate capabilities and training of human resources; accelerate development through more efficient utilization of human, physical and financial resources available in the region.
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