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    Mise en oeuvre de la Convention de Rotterdam à travers une collaboration régionale en Afrique de l'Ouest
    L’exemple des pays du CILSS
    2018
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    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere. 
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    Booklet
    Implementación del Convenio de Rótterdam a través de la colaboración regional en África Occidental
    El ejemplo de los países comité permanente interestatal de lucha contra la sequia en el sahel (CILSS)
    2018
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    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere.
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    A regional approach to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (2007-2008) 2008
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    FAO is committed to environmentally friendly agricultural production. In cooperation with its partners, the Organization has been working on developing tools and programmes to help countries manage pesticides more effectively and to move towards sustainable agriculture. The Rotterdam Convention is one of many concrete examples of FAO's commitment to helping its partners, particularly developing countries, achieve sustainable agricultural production and address the challenging problems associated with pesticide use. The first key objective of the Rotterdam Convention is to promote shared responsibility among its members in the international trade of hazardous chemicals, both pesticides and industrial chemicals. The second key objective is to contribute to the environmentally sound use of hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange among the parties concerned and by providing for a national decision-making process on their import and export. For the last few years, many co untries in Asia and the Pacific have made significant efforts to improve their national infrastructure for the management of pesticides and chemicals. The Convention has played a crucial role in assisting governments in coping with this task. This publication presents the experiences of various countries in this region in relation to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention. The reports reflect the progress which has been made and the steps which remain to be undertaken to achieve the two key objectives of the Convention.
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    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Mise en oeuvre de la Convention de Rotterdam à travers une collaboration régionale en Afrique de l'Ouest
    L’exemple des pays du CILSS
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere. 
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    Implementación del Convenio de Rótterdam a través de la colaboración regional en África Occidental
    El ejemplo de los países comité permanente interestatal de lucha contra la sequia en el sahel (CILSS)
    2018
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    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere.
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    Book (stand-alone)
    A regional approach to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (2007-2008) 2008
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    FAO is committed to environmentally friendly agricultural production. In cooperation with its partners, the Organization has been working on developing tools and programmes to help countries manage pesticides more effectively and to move towards sustainable agriculture. The Rotterdam Convention is one of many concrete examples of FAO's commitment to helping its partners, particularly developing countries, achieve sustainable agricultural production and address the challenging problems associated with pesticide use. The first key objective of the Rotterdam Convention is to promote shared responsibility among its members in the international trade of hazardous chemicals, both pesticides and industrial chemicals. The second key objective is to contribute to the environmentally sound use of hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange among the parties concerned and by providing for a national decision-making process on their import and export. For the last few years, many co untries in Asia and the Pacific have made significant efforts to improve their national infrastructure for the management of pesticides and chemicals. The Convention has played a crucial role in assisting governments in coping with this task. This publication presents the experiences of various countries in this region in relation to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention. The reports reflect the progress which has been made and the steps which remain to be undertaken to achieve the two key objectives of the Convention.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Mise en oeuvre de la Convention de Rotterdam à travers une collaboration régionale en Afrique de l'Ouest
    L’exemple des pays du CILSS
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere. 
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    Implementación del Convenio de Rótterdam a través de la colaboración regional en África Occidental
    El ejemplo de los países comité permanente interestatal de lucha contra la sequia en el sahel (CILSS)
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    A regional approach to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (2007-2008) 2008
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    FAO is committed to environmentally friendly agricultural production. In cooperation with its partners, the Organization has been working on developing tools and programmes to help countries manage pesticides more effectively and to move towards sustainable agriculture. The Rotterdam Convention is one of many concrete examples of FAO's commitment to helping its partners, particularly developing countries, achieve sustainable agricultural production and address the challenging problems associated with pesticide use. The first key objective of the Rotterdam Convention is to promote shared responsibility among its members in the international trade of hazardous chemicals, both pesticides and industrial chemicals. The second key objective is to contribute to the environmentally sound use of hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange among the parties concerned and by providing for a national decision-making process on their import and export. For the last few years, many co untries in Asia and the Pacific have made significant efforts to improve their national infrastructure for the management of pesticides and chemicals. The Convention has played a crucial role in assisting governments in coping with this task. This publication presents the experiences of various countries in this region in relation to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention. The reports reflect the progress which has been made and the steps which remain to be undertaken to achieve the two key objectives of the Convention.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Mise en oeuvre de la Convention de Rotterdam à travers une collaboration régionale en Afrique de l'Ouest
    L’exemple des pays du CILSS
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere. 
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    Implementación del Convenio de Rótterdam a través de la colaboración regional en África Occidental
    El ejemplo de los países comité permanente interestatal de lucha contra la sequia en el sahel (CILSS)
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    A regional approach to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (2007-2008) 2008
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    FAO is committed to environmentally friendly agricultural production. In cooperation with its partners, the Organization has been working on developing tools and programmes to help countries manage pesticides more effectively and to move towards sustainable agriculture. The Rotterdam Convention is one of many concrete examples of FAO's commitment to helping its partners, particularly developing countries, achieve sustainable agricultural production and address the challenging problems associated with pesticide use. The first key objective of the Rotterdam Convention is to promote shared responsibility among its members in the international trade of hazardous chemicals, both pesticides and industrial chemicals. The second key objective is to contribute to the environmentally sound use of hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange among the parties concerned and by providing for a national decision-making process on their import and export. For the last few years, many co untries in Asia and the Pacific have made significant efforts to improve their national infrastructure for the management of pesticides and chemicals. The Convention has played a crucial role in assisting governments in coping with this task. This publication presents the experiences of various countries in this region in relation to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention. The reports reflect the progress which has been made and the steps which remain to be undertaken to achieve the two key objectives of the Convention.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Mise en oeuvre de la Convention de Rotterdam à travers une collaboration régionale en Afrique de l'Ouest
    L’exemple des pays du CILSS
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere. 
  • Thumbnail Image
    Booklet
    Implementación del Convenio de Rótterdam a través de la colaboración regional en África Occidental
    El ejemplo de los países comité permanente interestatal de lucha contra la sequia en el sahel (CILSS)
    2018
    Also available in:

    The objective of this report is to describe the administrative and operational aspects of the collaborative CSP-DNA programme in West Africa and to assess its impact on national implementation of the Convention. The case of CILSS is further used to try to identify conditions that are important for regional collaborative programmes on the Rotterdam Convention to be effective elsewhere.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    A regional approach to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention (2007-2008) 2008
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    FAO is committed to environmentally friendly agricultural production. In cooperation with its partners, the Organization has been working on developing tools and programmes to help countries manage pesticides more effectively and to move towards sustainable agriculture. The Rotterdam Convention is one of many concrete examples of FAO's commitment to helping its partners, particularly developing countries, achieve sustainable agricultural production and address the challenging problems associated with pesticide use. The first key objective of the Rotterdam Convention is to promote shared responsibility among its members in the international trade of hazardous chemicals, both pesticides and industrial chemicals. The second key objective is to contribute to the environmentally sound use of hazardous chemicals by facilitating information exchange among the parties concerned and by providing for a national decision-making process on their import and export. For the last few years, many co untries in Asia and the Pacific have made significant efforts to improve their national infrastructure for the management of pesticides and chemicals. The Convention has played a crucial role in assisting governments in coping with this task. This publication presents the experiences of various countries in this region in relation to the implementation of the Rotterdam Convention. The reports reflect the progress which has been made and the steps which remain to be undertaken to achieve the two key objectives of the Convention.

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