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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betel

The betel (Piper betle) is the leaf of a vine belonging to the Piperaceae family, which includes pepper and kava. Betel leaf is mostly consumed in Asia, and elsewhere in the world by some ... areca nut, see Paan. For the biblical place, see Bethel. ... and white catkin. The betel plant originated in South and South East Asia.

bethelredding.com/ministries/bethel-missions/missionaries-regular

The missionaries shown below are supported regularly by the Bethel Missions fund. .... homes for children rescued from abuse and exploitation in South East Asia. ... The Rancho De Sus Niños orphanage (run by Jimmy & Genea Horner) is  ...

www.searo.who.int

More people than ever before are covered by life-saving tobacco control policies, including in the South-East Asia Region. That's one of the findings of a new ...

www.dvv-international.de/en/worldwide/asia/south-and-south-east-asia

Cooperation between DVV International and its partners in Southeast Asia dates back to the 1980s. Since 2009, the Regional Office in Laos has been ...

asie-sud-est.cirad.fr/cirad-in-southeast-asia/about-southeast-asia/southeast-asian-islands

CIRAD's Regional Office for Southeast Asian Islands covers a zone of 2,554 million km2 of land and a population of 336 million inhabitants, but also an immense ...

www.currentsoutheastasianaffairs.org

The Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs is an internationally refereed journal. The publication focuses on current developments in international relations, ...

asie-sud-est.cirad.fr/cirad-in-southeast-asia/about-southeast-asia/continental-southeast-asia

CIRAD's Regional Office in continental Southeast Asia covers the Greater ... with IRD since 2007 (and CNRS up to late 2014) in a "Maison de la science ".