Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific

Member Countries

When FAO was founded in 1945, five countries from the Asia-Pacific region were signatories to FAO's Charter – Australia, China, India, New Zealand and the Philippines.

Since then, 39 more countries from the region have joined FAO.  At present the number of member countries for the region stands at 46, of which 8 are developed countries.

Grouped by subregion, the names of regional member countries are listed below in alphabetical order:

                       

Asia Subregion

Afghanistan  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Iran  [ Profile ]

Pakistan  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Bangladesh  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Japan  [ Profile ]

Philippines  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Bhutan  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Kazakhstan  [ Profile ]

Republic of Korea  [ Profile ]

Brunei Darussalam [ Profile ]

Lao PDR  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Russian Federation  [ Profile ]

Cambodia [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Malaysia  [ Profile ]

Singapore [ Profile ]

China [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Maldives  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Sri Lanka [ Profile ] [ Story ]

DPR Korea [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Mongolia  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Thailand [ Profile ] [ Story ]

India [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Myanmar  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Timor-Leste [ Profile ] [ Story ]

 Indonesia [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Nepal  [ Profile ] [ Story ]

Uzbekistan [ Profile ]

Viet Nam [ Profile ] [ Story ]

                       

Pacific Subregion [ Story ]

Australia  [ Profile ]

Micronesia  [ Profile ]

Samoa  [ Profile ]

Cook Islands  [ Profile ]

Nauru  [ Profile ]

Solomon Islands  [ Profile ]

Fiji  [ Profile ]

New Zealand  [ Profile ]

Tonga  [ Profile ]

France  [ Profile ]

Niue  [ Profile ]

Tuvalu  [ Profile ]

Kiribati  [ Profile ]

Palau  [ Profile ]

United States of America  [ Profile ]

Marshall Islands  [ Profile ]

Papua New Guinea  [ Profile ]

Vanuatu  [ Profile ]