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FAO in Bangladesh
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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

  • 02 May 2019. Sensitization Workshop on Support for Modelling, Planning and Improving Dhaka's Food System. Hotel Amari Dhaka.
  • 29 April 2019. Workshop on Engaging with Bangladesh Parliament on Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Security to Achieve SDGs under the Challenge of Climate Change. Hotel InterContinental Dhaka.
  • 27 April 2019. Nutrition Olympiad 2019 
  • 19-20 February 2019. Bangladesh Blue Economy Dialogue on Fisheries and Mariculture.
  • 10 February 2019. Inception workshop on Strengthening Capacity for Monitoring Environmental Emissions Under the Paris Agreement in Bangladesh