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Evaluation of the FAO-EU forest law enforcement, governance and trade programme - Phase III

GCP/GLO/600/MUL and GCP/GLO/397/EC











Annex 1. Programme logical framework

Annex 2. Cambodia case study

Annex 3. Cameroon case study

Annex 4. Côte d’Ivoire case study

Annex 5. Honduras case study

Annex 6. Indonesia case study

Annex 7. Peru case study

Management response

Follow-up report


FAO. 2022. Evaluation of the FAO-EU forest law enforcement, governance and trade programme - Phase III. Programme Evaluation Series, 04/2022. Rome.



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