Regional Office
 

Agricultural Policy

Agricultural policy in Europe and Central Asia

The agricultural policy related activities of the FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia aim to provide evidence-based analysis of agricultural policy issues for member countries, international and donor organizations in the region. Part of the mandate of the FAO Regional Office is to assist governments in meeting their commitments under Millennium Development Goal 1 on poverty and food insecurity. Analyses of agricultural policies in the region are aimed at assisting governments in meeting their commitments under MDG1.

The principal outlet of written work on agricultural policies in the region is the REU Policy Studies on Rural Transition. Recent topics covered in this series include land reform and farm restructuring, livestock development, agriculture in the new EU member states after accession, crop diversification and farm debt. This series includes studies on agricultural policies in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Central Asia and Central Eastern Europe, but the list will expand as new titles are added. A second outlet is presentations on agricultural policy issues in the region at meetings, seminars and conferences. A third outlet is articles and monographs in both English and Russian on agricultural transition published outside the REU Policy Studies series.

CONTACT
Senior Agricultural Policy Officer: David SEDIK

New volume in the REU Policy Studies on Rural Transition series

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