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Final evaluation of "Enhancing Agriculture Production through Irrigation System Improvement and Strengthening Institutional Capacity

Project code: OSRO/AFG/502/JCA











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Follow-up report


FAO. 2020. Final evaluation of "Enhancing Agriculture Production through Irrigation System Improvement and Strengthening Institutional Capacity". Project Evaluation Series, 01/2020. Rome.




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