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Principios

El trabajo de la FAO en situaciones de emergencia es impulsado por el compromiso siguiente:

La visión

"Luchamos por un mundo libre del hambre y de la malnutrición en el que la alimentación y la agricultura contribuyan a mejorar los niveles de vida de todos sus habitantes, especialmente los más pobres, de forma sostenible desde el punta de vista económico, social y ambiental".

La misión

"Ayudamos a los países y los asociados a prepararse y dar respuesta a las amenazas y las situaciones de emergencia alimentaria y agrícola".

Las personas a las que prestamos nuestros servicios

"Ayudamos a los agricultores, los pescadores, los silvicultores, los pastores y sus familias a recuperarse de las crisis".

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