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The International Day of Forests is a global observance being held annually on the 21st day of March to raise awareness on the importance of forests to people and their vital role in poverty eradication, environmental sustainability, and food security. Sustainable management of all types of forests are at the heart of addressing challenges of conflict-affected, developing, and developed countries, for the benefit of current and future generations.
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FMB Dir. Lourdes Wagan capped this unprecedented and challenging year with the first-ever State of the Bureau Address (SOBA). Despite the current pandemic, the Bureau met most of this year’s targets and Dir. Wagan commended everyone who have “risen up to the challenge and managed to still deliver what was expected.”