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FAO’s partnership strategies approved by the Council


New focus on partnerships with civil society organizations and the private sector

25/04/2013 - 

This week, FAO Council approved and adopted two important FAO partnerships strategies: FAO Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations and FAO Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sector.

The approval of these revised strategies will allow FAO, especially at field level, to better establish partnerships with civil society and private sector stakeholders in its different activities as outlined in the Country Programming Frameworks (CPFs). 

 

Implementation and Tools


Both strategies identify six main areas of collaboration and two main levels of interaction (global level and decentralized level) and will be accompanied a by a number of important tools for FAO staff to use. 

The FAO Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sector will be complemented by:

The FAO Strategy for Partnerships with Civil Society Organizations will be accompanied by:

With this accompanying material, FAO staff will have the necessary tools to be able to identify and engage with key stakeholders, facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues, and foster collaboration between FAO, member states, civil society and private sector in their pursuit of the eradication of hunger.