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28 Nov 2017
On Tuesday, 28 November 2017, FAO held a Resource Partners consultative meeting on three fast-spreading animal and plant pests and diseases: Fall armyworm (FAW), Peste des petits ruminants (PPR – also known as sheep and goat plague), and banana fusarium wilt (FW) disease. The meeting assessed the impact of the rapid spread of the diseases, indicating efficient and sustainable means to prevent, manage and, in the case of PPR, eradicate them. Representatives from more than 30 countries and partner organizations called for the intensification of synergies to stand together and combat these global threats through resource mobilization, greater attention and support. ...
21 Jul 2017
The 2016 Annual Report presents results achieved by projects supported by the FAO Multipartner Programme Support Mechanism (FMM) in 2016. The FMM is an innovative funding mechanism for partners willing to contribute to FAO’s work through unearmarked or lightly earmarked funds. The FMM directly supports FAO’s Strategic Framework (2010-2019) and the realization of the organization’s Programme of Work and budget, and focus on results. In 2016, the FMM supported 17 projects implemented in 42 countries. They delivered substantial results geared towards the achievements of the SDGs and FAO’s Strategic Objectives. In addition, beyond their...
20 Jul 2017
The Multipartner Programme Support Mechanism (FMM) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is an innovative fund for partners willing to contribute to FAO’s work through unearmarked or slightly earmarked funds. The funds are used strategically to support progress towards a world without hunger or poverty, and where natural resources are used sustainably.
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. 
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