South and Central Asian Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Network (SCAMAP)
Réseau d'information d'Asie centrale et méridionale sur les plantes médicinales et aromatiques
1979-01 Delhi India
Jan 1979, Delhi (India), to follow up recommendations made at 3rd Asian Symposium on Medicinal Plants and Spices, Feb 1977, Colombo (Sri Lanka). Also referred to as as UNESCO South and Central Asian Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Network. Ceased to exist - work incorporated into activities of U-XF2213 - Asian Coordinating Group for Chemistry (ACGC) and U-XF2214 - Botany 2000 - Asia.
Promote the study and development of medicinal and aromatic plants of established and potential use at the national and regional levels.
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Council, each country being represented by its National Point of Contact (NPC). The NPC's are responsible for the activities of the Network in their own countries through their National Committees.
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