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Partenariats en action

Les partenariats sont au cœur de la mission de la FAO pour aider à construire un consensus pour un monde sans faim. L'efficacité et la crédibilité de l'Organisation en tant que forum d'élaboration des politiques et centre multilingue unique de l'excellence, la connaissance et l'expertise technique dépend dans une large mesure de sa capacité à travailler et à développer des partenariats stratégiques pour exploiter les efforts visant à éradiquer la faim. Veuillez trouver dans cette section les partenariats actuels en action.

FAO and Mississippi State University (MSU) will step up cooperation on FAO's new Global Aquaculture Advancement Partnership (GAAP) programme and FAO's Emergency Preparedness and Response (EMPRES) programme to improve the capacity of developing countries in fish health and aquaculture.


FAO meets Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA)

SEWA is a trade union registered in 1972. It is an organisation of poor, self-employed women workers. These are women who earn a living through their own labour or small businesses. They do not obtain regular salaried employment with welfare benefits like workers in the organised sector. They are the unprotected labour force of our country. Constituting 93% of the labour force, these are workers of the unorganised sector. Of the female labour force in India, more than 94% are in the unorganised sector. However their work is not counted and hence remains invisible.

Interview with Mr. Adriano Campolina, CEO of Action Brazil, who attended the CFS 2013. In this video Mr Campolina explains the areas of collaboration with FAO and what are the major challenges in the fight against hunger.

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