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Resource Partners
20 Jan 2020
The latest FAO + Japan report the will be presented during the Annual Strategic Consultation in Tokyo
FAO will attend the fourth Annual Strategic Consultation with the Government of Japan on Tuesday 21 January 2020, in Tokyo, Japan. The objective is to review the progress of their partnership and discuss common priorities and new humanitarian and development projects for the year ahead.
South-south Cooperation
16 Dec 2019
12 December, Madrid - Innovative partnerships, investment and technical exchange through South-South and Triangular Cooperation are critical for countries especially in the global South to address climate change and achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.  
Resource Partners
13 Dec 2019
FAO + Norway: A shared vision for sustainable global development
n December 10 2019, Norway through the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad) officially signed an agreement to become a contributing member of FAO’s Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM). The agreement, which was signed by FAO Assistant Director-General Roberto Ridolfi and Norad Director Mette Møglestue, commits to support of NOK 90 million (approximately USD 10 million) for FMM programs and sub-programmes over the next three years. It emphasizes Norway’s support for strengthening FMM’s programmatic focus on resilient and sustainable food systems, and climate change and agriculture.
South-south Cooperation
13 Dec 2019
San Pedro del Paraná, Paraguay, 13 de diciembre de 2019 – Cerca de 300 agricultores y agricultoras familiares representantes de organizaciones campesinas y asentamientos de Paraguay participaron de un Día de Campo, en el Departamento de Itapuá, para conocer de más acerca los beneficios de los sistemas de producción conservacionistas, manejo de suelo degradado, cultivos alimentarios como maíz, yuca y sésamo asociados al cultivo de algodón. La actividad también contó con la asistencia de 50 técnicos y técnicas de la extensión rural paraguaya.
South-south Cooperation
10 Dec 2019
More than 113 million people across Africa experienced acute hunger requiring urgent food, nutrition and livelihoods assistance in 2018, according to the Global Report on Food Crises. A South-South Cooperation knowledge exchange workshop was organized by FAO and the Government of Kenya, convening 14 countries from Eastern and Southern Africa (Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe) to discuss best practices and challenges in promoting coherence between social protection, agriculture and resilience.