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FAO Priorities in Bangladesh

The FAO Country Programming Framework (2014-2018) is a strategic planning and management document which provides FAO with a sound basis of developing its mid-term country programme.

The priority areas of FAO in Bangladesh have been agreed as follows: reduce poverty and enhance food security and nutrition; enhance agricultural productivity through diversification/intensification, sustainable management of natural resources, use of quality inputs and mechanization; improve market linkages, value addition, and quality and safety of the food system; further improve technology generation and adaptation through better producer-extension-research linkage; increase resilience of communities to withstand ‘shocks’ such as natural disasters, health threats and other risks to livelihood.

Meetings / Workshops / Events

  • 13 December 2017. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Lunching Ceremony "Country Investment Plan (CIP)" for Environment, Forestry and Climate Change (EFCC) 
  • 4-5 December 2017. Technical Symposium on "Nutrition-Sensitive Social Projection in Bangladesh."
  • 2-3 December 2017. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Regional Workshop for South Asia "Implementation of the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development Goals in Food and Agriculture" 
  • 24 January 2017. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Sue Lautze, the new FAO Representative in Bangladesh hands official credentials to Abul Maal A Muhith, Hon'ble Finance Minister, GoB