Documentos

Resource Partners
07 Aug 2020
Belgium is a key strategic partner for FAO, supporting the Organization’s mandate for both humanitarian and development activities. The country is generously funding innovative and critical areas in support of food security, economic growth, employment and income generation to foster resilient and sustainable development. The strategic alignment between Belgium’s and FAO’s priorities is strong, and is the foundation of the partnership.
Resource Partners
07 Aug 2020
Belgium is a key strategic partner for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), supporting the Organization’s mandate for both humanitarian and development activities. The country is generously funding innovative and critical areas in support of food security, economic growth, employment and income generation to foster resilient and sustainable development. The strategic alignment between Belgium’s and FAO’s priorities is strong, and is the foundation of the partnership.
Private Sector
03 Jun 2020
A visual presentation of FAO's partnerships with the private sector, showing geographic coverage, main areas of work, and contributions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
South-south Cooperation
16 Apr 2020
This report was developed under the United Nations Action Plan on South-South Climate Cooperation (2017-2021), which was launched in November 2017 in support of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Climate Change Engagement Strategy. Under the leadership of the Secretary-General and Deputy Secretary-General and with support from Member States and the wider stakeholders, the Action Plan is the strategic framework that guides the operation and programming activities of UNOSSC on South-South cooperation on climate change. Valuable inputs regarding the activities of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in support of SSTC on sustainable bioeconomy were provided by the Office...
Resource Partners
27 Mar 2020
FAO and the United States of America (USA) have partnered closely over the past 75 years on efforts to end hunger and malnutrition around the world. The USA is the largest financial contributor to FAO’s budget — with almost USD 527 million through assessed and voluntary contributions in the 2018–2019 period — and a key partner collaborating with FAO across the food and agriculture sector, from global crop forecasting and food safety, to disaster assistance, economic sustainability of agriculture and resilience building.