Réseau d'ONG européennes sur l'agro-alimentaire, le commerce, l'environnement et le développement (RONGEAD)
European NGO on Agriculture, Trade, Environment and Development (ENAFOOD)
1983-10-14 Lyon France
Founded 14 Oct 1983, Lyon (France), by individuals working in 6 European NGOs or research institutes. Previously also referred to as European NGOs Network on Agriculture, Food and Development – Réseau des ONG européennes sur les questions agro-alimentaires et le développement and Réseau d'ONG européennes sur l'agro-alimentaire, le commerce et le développement. Ceased to exist Dec 2017, when merged with U-XM6450 - Etc Terra to become J-XM6960 - nitidae.
Support North, South and transition countries professional and non-governmental organizations in their development education and training programmes on: international trade; markets and marketing strategies; national agricultural politics; environment; development.
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