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Partnerships in action

Partnerships are at the heart of FAO's mission to help build consensus for a world without hunger. The effectiveness and credibility of the Organization as a policy-making forum and unique multilingual centre of excellence, knowledge and technical expertise depends to a considerable degree on its ability to work and develop strategic partnerships to harness efforts to eradicate hunger. Please find in this section which are the current partnerships in action.

FAO and the Spanish Exporters and Investors Club will collaborate in capacity building of local producers in order to support the release of agriculture and livestock products in the market. The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club, founded in 1997, is a multisectorial, non-profit and independent association formed by a group of companies with a long tradition in international markets, moved by the need to rely on a specific organization that allows its members in a flexible, dynamic and managerial way to face the challenges arisen in the international markets. More ... 

Mark Goldring, the new appointed CEO for Oxfam Great Britain will be today at FAO Headquarters in Rome to present to FAO staff the campaign Behind the Brands.

FAO and Plan International will collaborate in the promotion of food secure environments in poor households and communities, with a strong focus on vulnerable children and their families.The agreement signed by Marcela Villarreal, Director of FAO’s Office for Partnerships, Advocacy and Capacity Development (OPC), and Rosemary McCarney, President and CEO of Plan Canada, covers responses to critical needs as well as long-term initiatives to tackle systemic impediments to stable, sustainable and resilient food security environments. More.. 

FAO has signed a new partnership agreement with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), the world's largest humanitarian network, to help improve food security and strengthen the resilience of vulnerable communities. FAO and the IFRC have agreed that FAO will provide technical guidance to complement IFRC's extensive network of 13 million volunteers - who in turn reach some 150 million people - to assist   poor households cope with threats and disasters that impact agriculture, food security and nutrition. More... 

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