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    Les projets nationaux

      Programme de coopération technique
    • Symbole
      Titre
      Date de début
      Date de fin
      Budget total
      TCP/LEB/3602/C2
      TCP Facility - "Assessment of the Fishery value chain in Lebanon"
      2017
      2017
      76,000
      The objectives of this activity are: i) to better understand the existing fisheries market in Lebanon in order to map the flows of products throughout the different stages of the value chain, from the harvest to market e consumers; ii) to identify critical factors, challenges and opportunities to improve the efficiency of the fishery value chains in Lebanon.
    • TCP/LEB/3601/C1
      TCPF: Formulation of project documents approved in the CPF
      2016
      2017
      46,694
      Support the Lebanese Ministry of Agriculture in preparing and project documents selected from the CPF
    • TCP/LEB/3503
      Strengthening the Coordination of the National Afforestation and Reforestation Programme in Lebanon
      2015
      2017
      240,000
      This proposed TCP project aims to support the MoA based on the recommendation made in the FAO supported road map (National Afforestation and Reforestation Programme), prepared and approved by MoA in 2013.
    • TCP/LEB/3501
      TCP FACILITY
      2014
      2017
      251,381
      TCP FACILITY
    • TCP/LEB/3502
      Surveillance and management of fruit flies in Lebanon
      2014
      2017
      500,000
      The TCP project will help in building the capacities of the NPPO and extension staff, and farmers in the implementation of surveillance and management of the fruit flies as well as of the phytosanitary measures. It is expected that the project will contribute to develop a national sustainable strategy for monitoring and management of the fruit flies, thus increasing national and farmers' income.
    • Fonds fiduciaires
    • Symbole
      Titre
      Date de début
      Date de fin
      Budget total
      OSRO/LEB/601/NET
      Upgrading the technical agriculture education system in Lebanon
      2016
      2019
      5,200,000
      Rehabilitating the technical schools and offering Lebanese and refugee youth the possibility to enroll in a reviewed 3 years BTA and/or in short term agricultural vocational training courses. These new technical learning opportunities will increase young Lebanese and refugees, a chance to access better jobs in the agriculture and agro industry labour market.
    • OSRO/LEB/602/NET
      Promotion of Agriculture livelihoods & employment through investment in land reclamation & water reservoirs
      2016
      2019
      8,250,000
      (a) Strengthen the capacity of the Green Plan to implement rural development projects for vulnerable people. (b) Improve the livelihood of small and medium farmer communities through 390 ha of land reclamation and water conservation. (c) Improve the know-how of 1220 farmers in establishing and managing orchards and irrigation systems. (d) create over 80 000 man/day job opportunities in the agriculture sector.
    • OSRO/LEB/502/EC
      Enhancing food security and livelihoods of small farmers through semi intensive egg production
      2015
      2017
      3,333,332
      To enhance the food security and livelihoods of vulnerable rural communities hosting Syrian refugees.
    • UTF /LEB/028/LEB
      Promotion of Good Agricultural Practices, Including Integrated Pest Management, to reduce agrochemical pollution in upper Litani basin
      2016
      2020
      1,500,000
      The proposed project aims at reducing the Litani River and Qaraoun lake water pollution from agrochemicale by adopting sustainable crop production systems in the upper Litani basin through introduction and promotion of Good Agricultural Practices/IPM
    • GCP /LEB/027/SCF
      Smart Adaptation of Forest Landscapes in Mountain Areas (SALMA)
      2016
      2021
      7,147,635
      The project's objective is to enhance the resilience of vulnerable rural communities and their livelihoods in mountain areas through sustainable forest management. SALMA is believed to contribute to the achievement of reduced soil and water erosion, forest fire prevention and control, pest management, diversification of livelihood income (from ecosystem services) of 24 vulnerable communities, and improved adaptive capacity of these communities through reforestation (1 000 ha) and sustainable and participative forest management at the landscape level (1 000 ha).
    • GCP /LEB/026/NOR
      National Center for Forestry Seeds of Lebanon (NCFSL)
      2016
      2018
      372,033
      The establishment of a National Forest Seeds Center in Lebanon

    Les projets régionaux

      Programme de coopération technique
    • Symbole
      Titre
      Date de début
      Date de fin
      Budget total
      TCP/RAB/3604
      Realizing the potential and managing the risks of SPIS in the Near East and North Africa
      2017
      2019
      276,000
      The main objective is to promote sustainable agricultural production by making water resources accessible through a solar-powered irrigation technologies, whilst putting in place measures to safeguard those very resources. The second objective is to support rural livelihoods (providing access to reliable and clean energy in rural areas and providing options for a diversification of incomes) through the sustainable use of solar irrigation technologies.
    • TCP/RAB/3602
      Support to the Regional Collaboration Platform of Water Scarcity Initiative to increase water productivity
      2017
      2018
      500,000
      To strengthen regional capacities and to enhance regional information exchange and to build the framework for the adaptation of pathways for increasing water productivity in selected farming systems of the beneficiary countries
    • TCP/RAB/3603
      Support to strengthen national capacities of Producer Organizations in the NENA Region
      2017
      2018
      400,000
      Strengthened producer organizations (POs) can help SSFF overcome the barriers they face and develop innovative organizational arrangements that broaden their capabilities. Given the wide range of services that inclusive and efficient POs can provide to their members, these organizations are essential for a thriving agricultural sector and for boosting rural economies. They enable farmers to benefit from an array of services including access and management of natural resources, markets, credits, inputs and information as well as influencing policy-making processes. POs are a vehicle to encourage rural populations to remain in their territories instead of migrating to urban centers or to other countries. For this, governments have a critical role to play in creating conducive conditions by enabling collective action of producers to form and thrive. These conditions include developing transparent and sound regulatory frameworks, a conducive investment climate, as well as facilitating the creation of frameworks and policy dialogue spaces between governments and various stakeholders.
    • TCP/RAB/3601
      Preventive measures to reduce the risk of introduction and spread of Xylella fastidiosa
      2016
      2017
      499,000
      to prevent the introduction of the disease into the region, through capacity building of technical staff and farmers on early detection, diagnosis, surveillance and phytosanitary measures.
    • TCP/RAB/3502
      Strengthening of Food Security Information and Early Warning Systems for Effective Resilience-based Response in Countries Affected by the Protracted Syrian Crisis.
      2015
      2017
      500,000
      To fill critical technical gaps in the existing food security information systems in Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq.
    • TCP/RAB/3501
      TCP FACILITY
      2014
      2017
      90,000
      TCP FACILITY
    • Fonds fiduciaires
    • Symbole
      Titre
      Date de début
      Date de fin
      Budget total
      UNO/RNE/008/ESC
      Promoting Food and Water Security through Cooperation and Capacity Development in the Arab region: Strengthening Capacity to Assess Impacts of Changing Water Availability on Agricultural Production
      2016
      2018
      543,881
      The project responds to the concerns of the region in terms of stabilizing the food situation, in general and the food security, in particular, while also advocating for the conservation of the fast degrading and depleting natural resources, particularly water resources. The project responds also to the various regional initiatives that are being articulated by Arab Governments including, the Strategy for Sustainable Arab Agricultural Development for the Upcoming Two Decades (2005-2025), and other resolutions involving Arab member states, LAS specialized agencies (AOAD and ACSAD) and United Nations organizations serving the Arab region through various mechanisms including the Council of Arab Ministers Responsible for the Environment (CAMRE) and its technical committee, the Joint Committee on Environment and Development in the Arab Region (JCEDAR), the Arab Ministerial Water Council (AMWC) among others. The project will partly build upon the outputs and experience of the SIDA financed RICCAR.
    • OSRO/RAB/501/IRE
      Support to vulnerable households affected by the Syria crisis in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey
      2016
      2017
      1,185,425
      1) To improve food security, protect and restore agricultural livelihoods of vulnerable households affected by the Syria crisis in Syria and Lebanon; 2) To identify ways to strengthen institutional capacities and provide policy advice to address and overcome the water-energy-food challenges in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey in the context of both climate change and the refugee crisis
    • ADMA/RNE/006/IFA
      Account for Administrative Facility - FAO/IFAD Framework Agreement in Egypt
      2015
      2022
      115,676
      Account for IFAD to reimburse FAO (as FAO will be hosting IFAD premises)
    • OSRO/RAB/401/USA
      Establishment of an inclusive food security information network to support emergency food security and livelihood support interventions in countries affected by the Syria Crisis
      2014
      2017
      3,750,000
      Effective food security response in countries affected by the Syria crisis enhanced.
    • MTF /REM/001/MUL
      Support to the Secretariat of Regional Commission For Fisheries (RECOFI)
      2003
      2018
      609,964
      Support to the Secretariat of Regional Commission For Fisheries
    • GCP /RNE/005/EC
      DevelopMent AnD application of integrated technological andmanagement solutions FOR wasteWATER treatment and efficientreuse in agriculture tailored to the needs of Mediterranean AfricanCountries (MADFORWATER)
      2016
      2020
      85,169
      Improve productivity and efficiency in the agricultural sector. Afforestation projects using treated wastewater for stabilising sand dunes, thus contributing to efforts to combat desertification
    • GCP /RNE/009/SWE
      Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Water Efficiency/Productivity & Water Sustainability in NENA
      2016
      2020
      10,153,938
      The project intends to set the proper framework for implementing the 2030 Agenda for water efficiency and productivity (SDG 6.4) through three major work packages: (i) establishing a robust water accounting system providing the evidence base for the full water budgeting (supply, demand, uses and re-cycling, present and projected) and for monitoring progress in the achievement of the targets while assessing the institutional effectiveness to govern water resources; (ii) implementing a series of interventions to increase water efficiency and productivity in selected farming systems of the countries to advance in achieving the SDG 6.4; interventions will include: introduction/enhancement of good practices and affordable technologies; improvement of decentralized water governance; development of under-exploited value chain rural agro-industry; leveraging on the multiplier effect to increase productivity when accounting for gender dimensions in the adoption of on-farm practices and technologies, in decentralized governance and along the value chain; elaboration of incentive frameworks, adapted to each local conditions, to promote the uptake of good practise and technologies at farm level and to stimulate entrepreneurial initiatives along the value chain (thus generating higher income and higher job opportunity); (iii) ensuring that higher efficiency/productivity achievements for the 2030 time horizon are attained within ?safe operational boundaries of water use? defining the conditions for ?water sustainability? and, therefore, for a sustainable, socially equitable and human-rights based development.The present proposal intends to set the proper framework for implementing the 2030 Agenda for water efficiency and productivity (SDG 6.4) through three major work packages: (i) establishing a robust water accounting system providing the evidence base for the full water budgeting (supply, demand, uses and re-cycling, present and projected) and for monitoring progress in the achievement of the targets while assessing the institutional effectiveness to govern water resources; (ii) implementing a series of interventions to increase water efficiency and productivity in selected farming systems of the countries to advance in achieving the SDG 6.4; interventions will include: introduction/enhancement of good practices and affordable technologies; improvement of decentralized water governance; development of under-exploited value chain rural agro-industry; leveraging on the multiplier effect to increase productivity when accounting for gender dimensions in the adoption of on-farm practices and technologies, in decentralized governance and along the value chain; elaboration of incentive frameworks, adapted to each local conditions, to promote the uptake of good practise and technologies at farm level and to stimulate entrepreneurial initiatives along the value chain (thus generating higher income and higher job opportunity); (iii) ensuring that higher efficiency/productivity achievements for the 2030 time horizon are attained within ?safe operational boundaries of water use? defining the conditions for ?water sustainability? and, therefore, for a sustainable, socially equitable and human-rights based development.
    • GCP /RNE/007/ITA
      Towards the enhancement of the Mediterranean diet in the Mediterranean region
      2016
      2018
      332,964
      Generate and collect data to document the changing dietary habits in the Mediterranean Basin as well as their drivers. (Tunisia and Lebanon) Assess food consumption patterns in these two selected countries by using available food consumption surveys and food balance sheets/supply utilization accounts. Calculate country-specific consumption patterns and trends, in terms of dietary energy, protein, fat, and selected micronutrients. 4 Assess these consumption patterns for their adherence with Mediterranean diet. 5 Develop a conceptual framework to improve adherence to the Mediterranean diet pattern Presentation at a workshop at the end of the project hosted at the Ministry of Health. PHASE 2 (2017-2018) Extension of the project to other countries.
    • GCP /RNE/004/ITA
      Food Losses and Waste (FL&W) Reduction and Value Chain Development for Food Security in Egypt and Tunisia
      2015
      2018
      2,300,000
      Countries are supported to develop evidence-based food losses and waste reduction programmes at national, regional and global levels; Governments and relevant stakeholders are provided with support to promote inclusive, efficient and sustainable agrifood value chains
    • MTF /RAB/372/MUL
      Near East Regional Component- Global Strategy to Improve Agricultural and Rural Statistics
      2012
      2018
      90,682
      The Near East Regional Componente directly addresses the three pillars forming the foundation of the Global Strategy: 1. Establishing a minimum set of core data that countries will disseminate on a regular basis to meet current and emerging demands; 2. Integrating agriculture into national statistical systems in order to meet the requirements of policy makers and other data users that statistical information be linked across the economic, social, and environmental domains ; 3. Fostering the sustainability of the agricultural statistical systems through governance and statistical capacity building.
    • GCP /INT/028/SPA
      Coordinación en apoyo de la Ordenación Pesquera en el Mediterráneo Occidental y Central. CopeMed, Fase II (GCP/INT/028/SPA)
      2007
      2017
      2,887,547
      Seguir apoyando la labor realizada por COPEMED I con el fin alcanzar una gestión sostenible (procurando tener en cuenta aspectos biológicos, económicos, sociales, medio ambientales e institucionales) de los recursos pesqueros del Mediterráneo Occidental y Central y de su ecosistema, mediante el asesoramiento, el apoyo técnico y la creación de redes de cooperación internacional