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Integrated Forestry Development in the Middle East and North Africa

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS AFFORESTATION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURE AGROFORESTRY AIR POLLUTION ARID ZONE ARIDITY BARLEY BASIN BIODIVERSITY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BIODIVERSITY LOSS BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY CARBON CLIMATIC CONDITIONS COASTS COMMERCIAL VALUE COMMUNITY FORESTRY CONSERVATION CORK CROPS DEFORESTATION DESERTIFICATION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DISASTERS DROUGHT DRY AREAS DUNES ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEMS ENERGY CONSUMPTION ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION EROSION EUCALYPTUS EXPLOITATION EXPORT FARMERS FARMING FIBERBOARD FINANCIAL RESOURCES FIRES FIREWOOD FLOODS FOREST AREAS FOREST CONSERVATION FOREST COVER FOREST DEGRADATION FOREST FIRES FOREST GRAZING FOREST INDUSTRIES FOREST MANAGEMENT FOREST POLICY FOREST PRODUCTION FOREST PRODUCTS FOREST RESOURCES FOREST UTILIZATION FORESTRY FORESTRY DEVELOPMENT FORESTRY OPERATIONS FORESTRY POLICY FORESTRY RESEARCH FORESTRY SECTOR FORESTS FRUITS FUELWOOD FURNITURE HOUSEHOLDS IMPORTS INCOME INVENTORIES LAND USE LEGAL FRAMEWORK LEGISLATION LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS LOCAL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION LOGGING NATIONAL PARKS NATURAL FORESTS NATURAL RESOURCES NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT OIL OPPORTUNITY COSTS PACKAGES PARTICLEBOARD PASTURES PETROLEUM PINES PLANT SPECIES PLANTATIONS PLYWOOD POPULATION DENSITIES POPULATION GROWTH POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY LINE PROGRAMS PULP RAINFALL RANGELANDS REFORESTATION RESERVES RESERVOIRS RESINS RESOURCE USE RIVER ROUNDWOOD RURAL AREAS RURAL COMMUNITIES RURAL DEVELOPMENT SAND SAWMILLING SAWMILLS SAWNWOOD SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE SEA SEAS SEDIMENTATION SMALL-SCALE IRRIGATION SOIL DEGRADATION SOIL EROSION STATE FORESTS TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TIMBER TREE PLANTATIONS TREE PLANTING TREES TUNISIA TURKEY UNEMPLOYMENT UNITED ARAB EMIRATES URBAN AREAS URBAN FORESTRY WATER CONSERVATION WATER LOGGING WATER RESOURCE WATER RESOURCES WATERSHED WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT WATERSHEDS WETLANDS WOOD PROCESSING WOOD PRODUCTION WOOD PRODUCTS WOOD RESOURCES
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Morocco
2013-09-09T20:28:41Z | 2013-09-09T20:28:41Z | 2003-05-30

This Policy Note discusses the status of Forestry in the Middle East and North Africa Region (MNA) of the Bank. The Policy Note is a product of the FAO Investment Center in Rome, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the Bank. Experience in natural resource management shows that to adequately address sustainable development, solutions must go beyond any single sector, and be cross-sectoral. They must also go beyond technical solutions to include legal and policy frameworks. In the MNA Region, a large percentage of the population lives in rural areas on primarily small pieces of land and in the absence of other sources of revenue to supplement their income. Also because many do not own their land, they are without the means to improve their small land areas to increase output and revenues, thus creating a dependence on the natural resources.

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