FAO in Gambia
There is no room for food loss and waste in this time of crisis!  08  October...
First ever day against food loss and waste to be marked tomorrow, 29 September 28 September...
15 July 2020, Banjul — 100 farmers in four communities in the North Bank and...
15 July 2020, Banjul — The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)...

The Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2018-2021 sets out four FAO’s medium term assistance priorities and results, derived from nationally defined priorities and objectives, to be achieved over the four year period. The four priorities that resulted from broad consultation process are:

1.  Enhance enabling environment and capacity development for increased, sustainable and diversified agriculture, fisheries production and nutrition;

2.   Sustainable natural resources management for climate change adaptation and mitigation; 

3. Strengthen food, agriculture and natural resources value chains for income generation and job creation

4. Strengthen resilience and capacities for disaster risk reduction and management, and climate change adaptation and mitigation




Meetings / Workshops / Events

  •  25 May 2020, Banjul. Training on Fruit flies identification and surveillance

  •   05 - 20 June 2020, Farafenni, Janjanbureh, Basse, Jenoi. Training of Extension workers on Risk Communication and Community Engagement in response to the Covid-19 pandemic with specific focus on nutrition     

  •  08 June 2020, Banjul. Launching and official handing over The Gambia Livestock Market Information System to the Ministry of Agriculture