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Hunger Free Latin America and the Caribbean Initiative Support Project

Partners

AECID

All projects that are born and implemented in the framework of the alliance of more than 10 years between Spain and FAO in Latin America and the Caribbean, aim to contribute to Hunger-Free Latin America and the Caribbean Initiative (HFLACI 2025).

It is a gradual process, constantly under construction, which has been guided by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and FAO as part of their master plans and strategic orientations.

The main objective of this support is to strengthen the work of FAO technical assistance to ensure proper environment policies and programs for food and nutrition security in the region; resulting in the strengthening of legislation, institutions, inclusive governance, information systems based on evidence and supporting specific policies for the development of family farming, school feeding, promote good eating habits, among others, with a focus right to adequate food.

This program seeks to strengthen coordination with other processes supported by the Spanish Cooperation in the field of Food and Nutrition Security, such as the Program for Sustainable Development Goals taking place in America and the Caribbean.

This program also has major partners such as the FAO program that develop with the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) and the Brazil-FAO Programme for International Cooperation.