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22 Oct 2019
In February 2018, FAO and Eni joined forces to ensure local communities had access to safe and clean water, both for domestic use and irrigation purposes. The collaboration addresses the Nigerian Federal Government’s request to create sustainable intervention programmes that would support victims of insurgency in the North East region. Within the framework of “Access to Water” project, FAO helps identify areas of intervention and provides technical expertise to supervise the project, assisting the relevant ministries and agencies in the targeted areas.
Private Sector
22 Oct 2019
The partnership with Fertitecnica has enabled co-operatives to obtain organic certification where needed, with FAO providing support to Fertitecnica in assessing the quality of the product and the capacity of the co-operatives to export. The partnership agreement also foresees providing support to the cooperatives through capacity development in the areas where they work, as well as bringing smallholder farmers to be trained in innovative pulses techniques in Colfiorito, Italy.
Private Sector
22 Oct 2019
Together, FAO and Google work to make geospatial surveillance and mapping tools more accessible to everyone, help countries tackle climate change using the latest technology, and build the capacity of experts working in the field of forestry policies and land use.
Private Sector
22 Oct 2019
A smooth logistics process is vital for any food supply chain. Developing the necessary technical knowledge, building capacity on logistics systems to ensure agile and eff ective supply chains, and improving preparedness to emergencies are all key success factors for actors who are committed to supporting rural livelihoods. To address these challenges, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Kühne Foundation partnered in 2014 to improve humanitarian logistics, enhance preparedness and logistics related to Level Three emergencies and optimize food supply chains and food loss reduction, contributing to achieving...
Private Sector
22 Oct 2019
The media plays a vital role in creating awareness of the challenges we face. As partners, they can take the lead in communicating to their audiences issues that are central to FAO's work, such as food security and nutrition, agricultural productivity and livelihood resilience. Since 2012, FAO has established a total of fifteen media partnerships, with the goal of increasing visibility for areas of its mandate and the goal of Zero Hunger. These partnerships bolster the Organization’s ability to inform, explain, engage and mobilize resources to foster a global transition to sustainable...
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