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06 Dec 2016
Britain’s support to multilateral development agencies will build on work which in 2014 immunised 56 million children in some of the world’s poorest countries, helped 10.4 million young people living through humanitarian emergencies to access education and provided access to clean water for 27.8 million people.
11 Nov 2016
Since 2002, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture (BMEL) supports projects of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to erradicate hunger and malnutrition through a Bilateral Trust Fund (BTF). The projects aim at supporting the subject of "food security" at strategic level both in the FAO and in the partner countries. They are planned together with the FAO and structured in accordance with Germany’s government development policy guidelines, based on its support framework. 
13 Jul 2016
The Guide is a useful starting point for FAO staff to understand RM at FAO. It forms part of the broader capacity package (already produced) providing links to other important tools, resources and the TCS Division and regional focal points for day-to-day assistance and coordination. It is meant to help FAO maintain a competitive edge and work to its comparative advantages and attract broader partnerships.
13 Jul 2015
For several decades, Japan has been among the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations’ (FAO) foremost partners in feeding the hungry and caring for the earth. The country ranks second in assessed contributions to FAO’s regular budget, and fourth in terms of voluntary contributions in 2012-2013. It is also among the top contributors to the 2 500 ongoing field programmes, with a total value of nearly USD 800 million.  It also provides expertise in the fields of agriculture, fisheries and forestry, contributing valuable human resources to various FAO projects.
15 Jul 2014
FAO’s Strategic Framework focuses on five Strategic Objectives, streamlining its priorities, results and resource allocation to accelerate the eradication of hunger, malnutrition, poverty, and the sustainable use of natural resources. Success relies on strong partnership and the mobilization of voluntary contributions in addition to FAO’s own resources. FAO now presents 11 Corporate Areas for Resource Mobilization where there is high potential to boost the delivery of concrete results at global, regional, and country level. Each area represents a call for further investment and a commitment to value for money. FAO and its partners are already achieving results in these areas...
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