Training Center for Tropical Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability (TREES)
1979-11-29 Los Baños Philippines
29 Nov 1979, Los Baños (Philippines), as Centre for Forestry Education Research and Development for Asia and the Pacific Regions (CFERDAP). Subsequently changed title to Centre for Forestry Education Development for Asia and the Southwest Pacific Region (CFED) and later in 1985 to Institute of Forest Conservation (IFC). Present name adopted 25 Jun 1998.
Enhance the knowledge, skills and attitudes of individuals promoting tropical resources and ecosystem sustainability through the conduct of training and continuing education programmes.
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