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Law no 23 - 2012 establishing the National Institute of Forestry Research

Legislative
Law
Passed in 2012
This law creates the National Institute of Forestry Research.

The Institute's missions are 1) to organize, conduct and carry out basic and applied research aimed at the promotion of sustainable forest development, particularly in the fields of forest management, forestry, agroforestry, forest genetics , wood technology, non-timber forest products, conservation and management of biodiversity, climate change, and the environment; 2) to implement scientific programming around the priority axes for the development of the country, based on the real needs of the populations and the users; 3) to carry out scientific expertise in its field of competence; 4) to participate in the valorization of the results of its research and its know-how; (5) to support training, research and research; (6) to contribute to the development of research policy in the fields falling within its competence; and 7) to publish and disseminate the results of its work and contribute to the development of scientific knowledge and information.

Documents
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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