Technical Cooperation Network on Fruit and Vegetable Processing in Latin America
Red de Cooperación Técnica en el Procesamiento de Frutas y Hortalizas
1981, Costa Rica, as Technical Cooperation Network on Tropical Fruits Processing in Latin America and the Caribbean -- Red de Cooperación Técnica en el Procesamiento de Frutas Tropicales, at a roundtable of representatives of 9 countries. Operated through FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean (FAO/RLC). Listed name adopted 1992. 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.Available with paid subscription only.
Training courses; technical meetings; study tours and technical assistance among countries in post-harvest management, processing techniques, tropical and temperate fruits, and vegetables.
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Members in 12 countries
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- Plant Life
- Plants Yielding Fruits
- Social Activity
- Human Resources
- Manufacturing Processes
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