The Strategic Framework for FAO
2000-2015

A Summary

 


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Contents

Preface


I. Overall strategic framework


Towards 2015

Members' global goals and FAO's purpose

FAO's mission and vision statements


II. Corporate strategies


STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS MEMBERS' NEEDS

Reducing food insecurity and rural poverty

Ensuring enabling policy and regulatory frameworks for food, agriculture, fisheries and forestry

Creating sustainable increases in the supply and availability of agricultural, fishery and forest products

Conserving and enhancing sustainable use of the natural resource base

Generating knowledge of food and agriculture, fisheries and forestry



STRATEGIES TO ADDRESS CROSS-ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUES

Ensuring excellence

Enhancing interdisciplinarity

Broadening partnerships and alliances

Continuing to improve the management process

Leveraging resources for FAO and its Members

Communicating FAO's messages


III. Implementation programme


New planning framework

Priority setting

Major comparative advantages


Acronyms