FAO-NCVC data and information Hub for KSA

FAO-NCVC data and information Hub for KSA

FAO-NCVC data and information Hub for KSA

FAO-NCVC data and information Hub provides access to data and information products and services to support the management and conservation of vegetation cover and natural resources and the protection of the environment in Saudi Arabia.

It is developed through a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the Saudi National Center for Vegetation Cover and Combating Desertification (NCVC) within the context of the Sustainable Rural Agricultural Development (SRAD) Project.

SRAD project is implemented by FAO and the Ministry of Environment, Water, and Agriculture (MoEWA) and includes a component on Natural Resources Management (NRM) executed in collaboration with NCVC. SRAD Project NRM component aims to strengthen the capacity of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sustainably manage rangelands, forests, and national parks; address land degradation; and combat desertification including developing and disseminating relevant data and information products.

How It Works
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FAO-NCVC Data and Information Hub Modules

General Information

General information, training courses, events, special days , etc.

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Data Repository

Library of tabular and relational datasets, geo-spatial layers, published maps, and metadata on forests, rangelands, national parks, land desertification, and other natural resources and environment themes.

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Document Repository

Library of legal, policy, strategic, and technical documents on forests, rangelands, national parks, and land desertification.

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Thematic Data Portal

Thematic content on forests, rangelands, national parks, land desertification, and other natural resources datasets related to FAO and NCVC mandates, programs, and initiatives in Saudi Arabia.

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Learning Resources

Training, learning materials, guidelines, manuals, and other knowledge resources to build the skills of NCVC, its partners, and other stakeholders on forests, rangelands, national parks, and land desertification.

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