The Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation was created out of interest by the Government of Brazil and FAO to exchange experiences and knowledge to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
The Program of Brazil-FAO International Cooperation reflects the international duties of Brazil for the protection, promotion and guarantee of rights; such as the human right to food, land and water, agricultural recovery and the development of family farming, including land reform. [See more]
Projects of the Program
Objective: Support countries in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa to respond to humanitarian crises and instances of food insecurity; through actions in response to emergency situations, and to recover and strengthen the agricultural sector. Includes projects which support the Initiative for Latin America and the Caribbean without Hunger (2025).
Objective: Contribute to improving the cotton sector in developing countries; focused on the identification, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the activities and sub-projects of South-South Cooperation, to be carried out in member or associated countries of Mercosur or other developing countries, subject to mutual agreement between the Brazilian government and the Brazilian Cotton Institute.
Objective: Contribute to increasing the food and nutrition security of rural communities in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras and Paraguay, through school feeding programs which are strengthened and articulated by means of food products from local and regional family farming.