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Report of the 26th session of the Asia-Pacific Forestry Commission

Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines. 22-26 February 2016









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    Approximately 200 participants, including delegates from 28 member countries and one United Nations organization; representatives from 2 non-member countries and 22 regional and international inter-governmental and non-governmental organizations. The heads of forestry from 18 member countries participated. (The Commission was convened as the core event of Asia-Pacific Forestry Week, which attracted more than 1300 participants and included 70 events organized by FAO and partner organizations.) The Commission discussed and assessed technical and policy issues and trends of relevance to forestry in the region aiming to develop and advance mechanisms for regional and sub-regional cooperation in addressing forestry problems, and to advise FAO on policy formulation and on priorities for its forestry programmes in the region.

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