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Terminal evaluation of the project “Sustainable cropland and forest management in priority agro-ecosystems of Myanmar”

Project code: GCP/MYA/017/GFF - GEF ID: 5123 - FAO Project ID: 618969










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FAO. 2023. Terminal evaluation of the project “Sustainable cropland and forest management in priority agro-ecosystems of Myanmar”. Project Evaluation Series. 12/2023. Rome. 



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