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GOAL 15: Life on Land

Organizations relating to Invertebrate Culture

International Association for Apiary Development, Sri Lanka
International Sericultural Commission / Bangalore, India / Est. 1948
Asian Institute for Rural Development / Est. 1976
Black, Caspian Seas and Central Asia Silk Association / Vratsa, Bulgaria / Est. 2005
Apiculture, Formation, Coopération / La Louvière, Belgium
World Wide Vermiculture / Est. 1976
International Bee Research Association / Groombridge, UK / Est. 1949
Asian Network on Sericulture Research and Development
Beekeepers' Committee of the Six EEC Countries / Est. 1959
International Beekeeping Bureau for Socialist Countries / Est. 1960
Asian Apicultural Association / Beijing, China / Est. 1992
International Federation of Beekeepers' Associations / Rome, Italy / Est. 1897
International Sericultural Training, Research and Study Centre / Est. 1975
European Professional Beekeepers Association / Budapest, Hungary / Est. 1997
Apimondia Foundation / Bucharest, Romania / Est. 1970
World Centre for the Advancement of Apiculture in Developing Countries
International Centre for Training and Research in Tropical Sericulture / Est. 1979
Balkan Federation of Apicultural Associations / Bucharest, Romania
International Agency for Apiculture Development
Latin-American Vermiculture Network
Federation of Beekeeping Organizations / Bratislava, Slovakia / Est. 1910
Regional Sericultural Training Centre for Asia-Pacific / Guangzhou, China
Standing Committee for International Congresses on Apiculture / Est. 1897
Hives Save Lives - Africa / Brighton, UK
Association of Caribbean Beekeepers Organisations / Tobago, Trinidad-Tobago / Est. 2002

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