Proceedings of the meeting including a summary of the resulting recommendations and the text of papers presented
An overview of Eritrea's main wood products, covering the natural and planted forest resources, wood products like sawn wood and woodfuel as well as the imported wood products. It also details the existing methodologies for data collection and makes some recommendations to further improve the process.
Meeting symbol/code: ARC 00 5
A medium-size report that describes the overall situation of data on fuelwood in Eritrea. The report starts with a broad introductory part dealing with the country's characteristics. The second part states the country's forest resources while making a distinction between the natural forests and forest plantations.
The constitution was approved by 98.05% of voters in a national referendum.
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