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Second Regional Orientation Workshop on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems(GIAHS)for Asia and the Pacific








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    Regional Orientation Workshop on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems(GIAHS)for Asia and the Pacific 2013
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    This Regional Workshop was conducted to enhance understanding of GIAHS concept and programme, share the experiences and lessons among the countries which have implemented GIAHS and those seeking to join the programme. The workshop also took advantage of reviewing the progress and achievements of overall GIAHS programme and the function of the GIAHS Secretariat as well as identification, assessment and designation process and the operational modalities of implementation in different countries.
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    Programme for the Second Regional Orientation Workshop on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems(GIAHS)for Asia and the Pacific. 5-­‐7 May 2015 Bangkok, Thailand
    Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS)
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    See the workshop report at www.fao.org/3/a-bp918e.pdf
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    Proceedings of the Second Dialogue on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) for Europe and Central Asia 2023
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    The Second Dialogue on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) in Europe and Central Asia aimed to promote the GIAHS Programme in the region, raising awareness on the potentiality of participating in the dynamic conservation of these sites. Speakers from all around the region discussed about traditional agricultural systems, bringing the experience of existing sites at different stages of recognition and potential ones that are still in the process of identification. The post-pandemic's prediction led the virtual meeting the opportunity to talk about resilience and vulnerability of these sites both to climate change and economic crises. Experts discussed about the importance and the ways of achieving economic diversification of local agricultural practices, the creation of a sustainable agrotourism network and the promotion of market access for the agricultural local products. During the Dialogue, representatives had the chance to discuss about their sites’ priorities and the challenges faced by member countries in the region: one of the most important objectives of this meeting was to outline the new Regional Strategy for the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) in Europe and Central Asia for 2021-2025.

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