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Report of the Priority Area for Inter-disciplinary Action on Organic Agriculture

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Rome (Italy) | Committee on Agriculture Rome 31 march-4 april 2003.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: FAO Committee on Agriculture (COAG) ; Inf.6.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: Rome (Italy) : FAO, 2003Description: 4 pages.Other title: Informe del Grupo de Trabajo Interdepartamental sobre Agricultura Orgánica.Subject(s): Food and Agriculture Organization | Organic agriculture | Marketing channels | Food production | Soil organic matterSummary: The 15th Session of COAG recommended that an organization-wide and cross-sectoral programme in organic agriculture be developed. The initial activities of this programme, coordinated by the Interdepartmental Working Group on Organic Agriculture (IDWG/ORGA), were reported upon to the 16th Session of COAG in 2001. The organic agriculture programme was subsequently approved in the Medium-Term Plan 2002-2007 as the Priority Area for Interdisciplinary Action on Organic Agriculture (PAIA/ORGA).The PAIA/ORGA aims to enhance FAO support to all Member Nations in Organic Agriculture, especially to increase their capacity to effectively produce, store, process, inspect, certify and market organic foods and fibres.
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Committee on Agriculture, Seventeenth Session. Rome, 31 March-4 April 2003

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The 15th Session of COAG recommended that an organization-wide and cross-sectoral programme in organic agriculture be developed. The initial activities of this programme, coordinated by the Interdepartmental Working Group on Organic Agriculture (IDWG/ORGA), were reported upon to the 16th Session of COAG in 2001. The organic agriculture programme was subsequently approved in the Medium-Term Plan 2002-2007 as the Priority Area for Interdisciplinary Action on Organic Agriculture (PAIA/ORGA).The PAIA/ORGA aims to enhance FAO support to all Member Nations in Organic Agriculture, especially to increase their capacity to effectively produce, store, process, inspect, certify and market organic foods and fibres.

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