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FAO Investment Centre at a Glance

The Investment Centre leads FAO’s efforts to generate increased and more effective public and private investment in agriculture and rural development. This means helping countries make agriculture and rural development investment strategies a greater part of their national and regional development plans. Success requires building national capacities to plan, implement and enhance the sustainability of agriculture and rural development investments. Supporting efforts to develop and finance quality public/private investment programmes and projects is essential.


25 May 2016

FAO and EBRD host public-private dialogue on Egypt’s grain sector

Private sector engagement key to ensure efficiency of [...]

25 May 2016

African swine fever: FAO, EBRD and Japan act jointly in Ukraine to protect the rural economy

African Swine Fever (ASF) is a viral disease [...]

18 May 2016

EBRD’s Private Sector for Food Initiative

FAO Investment Centre’s partner, the European Bank for [...]

18 May 2016

Making Niger more resilient to climate risks

Climate change will likely increase the frequency and [...]