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The poster highlights the achievements made by the Forest and Landscape Restoration Mechanism (FLRM) during years 2017-2018 at global, regional and national level. Each country - Cambodia, Guatemala, Lebanon, Peru, the Philippines, Rwanda and Uganda - reported on the results on Forest and Landscape Restoration accomplished in this timeframe with the support of the FLRM.

17 July 2018, Rome, Italy








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