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South-South and Triangular Cooperation

South-south Cooperation

The basic goals of South-South Cooperation (SSC) are those of building partnerships, sharing resources and meeting development targets. There is mounting consensus around the world that this model provides an effective way of boosting development in agriculture. Watch this video for an insight into 

Interview with Etienne Hainzelin, CIRAD


Interview with Etienne Hainzelin at the Agroecology Symposium (November 2014) 

FAO Director-General meets with the Private Sector Mechanism

Private Sector

FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva urged private sector representatives to contribute to the creation of conditions that ensure responsible investments in food production and agriculture. “Help these principles become part of the environment considered necessary for investment,” Graziano da Silva said, referring to the Principles for Responsible Investment in [...]

2014 Civil Society Mechanism (CSM) Annual Forum

Civil Society

Civil society representatives met at FAO to assess the last five years of the Committee for World Food Security (CFS) during the annual forum of the Civil Society Mechanism (CSM).This video is an insight on their views about civil society's participation in issues related to food, agriculture and nutrition, and [...]

El Derecho a la Alimentación - La lucha de los Pueblos (FIAN International)


DerechoALaAlimentación, adoptadas por la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y Agricultura (FAO). Para ello, la Red Mundial por el Derecho a la Alimentación y Nutrición junto con otras organizaciones de la sociedad civil y movimientos sociales unen sus fuerzas para evaluar la [...]

South-South Cooperation between China, Nigeria and FAO

South-south Cooperation

This video gives an overview of the impact of the China-Nigeria programme and the lessons learned from it.

Resource Mobilization Action Planning

Resource Partners

The FAO Donor Relations and Resource Mobilization team explains five practical steps to developing a resource mobilization strategy and action plan. 

La FAO y el CATIE: Impulso a una mejor tenencia y gestión responsable de los recursos


El acceso seguro y equitativo a los recursos naturales es clave para el desarrollo sostenible, y una buena gobernanza de la tenencia es crucial para determinar cómo las personas y las comunidades adquieren derechos de acceso y control de la tierra, la pesca y los bosques. Un acuerdo firmado entre la [...]

FAO meets Professors Yasuyoshi Sakai and Yosuke Yamashiki from Kyoto University


Partnerships Dialogue Series of FAO had the honour to have as a guest Dr Yasuyoshi Sakai, a renowned microbiologist and Professor at the Division of Applied Life Sciences at the Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University. Professor Sakai discussed breakthroughs from Kyoto University, including on 'methanol economy', new seeds that [...]

Partnering to end hunger


Eradicating hunger is a challenge that FAO cannot - and should not - face alone. The Partnerships branch is responsible for developing and strengthening partnerships with non-state actors that will help to accomplish FAO’s mandate, including non-governmental organizations, civil society organizations, academia, research [...]

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