South-South Cooperation

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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.
06 Dec 2019
Santiago de Chile, 6 de diciembre de 2019 - Durante el primer día dedicado a la agricultura, la ganadería y la actividad forestal en la COP 25, la Organización de Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO) y la Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL) participaron ayer del lanzamiento de la Plataforma de Acción Climática en Agricultura (PLACA).
25 Nov 2019
25 November, Kampala, Uganda - Through South-South Cooperation, countries across the global South are successfully exchanging technical expertise and building innovative partnerships, which if strengthened, can continue to play a crucial role in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. This was the message at the opening today of a three-day event in Kampala, Uganda, marking the 10th Anniversary of the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme and Triangular Cooperation.  
12 Nov 2019
12 November 2019, Sao Paulo, Brazil – The Brazil Africa Forum officially opened its 7th edition today in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The two-day event is a platform for 300 representatives from governments, private sector, academia, potential investors and other relevant stakeholders to meet and exchange knowledge and experiences.  This year’s key theme is Food Security: Path to Economic Growth. The aim is to bring together relevant stakeholders to devise operative plans, which are economically feasible and that respect both the environment and are socially fair. Agriculture and rural technology development are key components to achieve these objectives.  Speaking on a panel on...
11 Nov 2019
Brasília, 11 de noviembre del 2019 - El semiárido del nordeste brasileño y el Corredor-Seco Centroamericano se encuentran entre las regiones más secas del planeta y tienen muchas características en común. Para promover el intercambio de experiencias entre Brasil y América Central, el Programa de Cooperación Internacional Brasil-FAO llevará a las delegaciones de Guatemala, El Salvador y Honduras a la ciudad de Petrolina, Pernambuco (nordeste de Brasil), del 19 al 26 de noviembre, para una misión técnica.