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The event will present the recent initiatives undertaken by FAO to support countries in collecting, analyzing and reporting on the 21 SDG indicators under its custodianship. Representatives of member countries will be briefed on the comprehensive array of statistical capacity development and dissemination initiatives deployed by FAO with the aim of...
17 Goals and 169 targets, plus a wealth of indicators for countries to track progress, is a lot! As the custodian agency for 21 SDG indicators, and partner agency in four other indicators, FAO has a critical role in the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.  With the aim of assisting Member Countries...
FAO is a UN specialized agency that has direct custodianship over 21 indicators spanning six Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and contributes indirectly to another six indicators. Guatemala. “Ensuring that no one is left behind. That is the commitment of the 2030 Agenda and of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG),” points...
COP23: FAO Director-General urges climate change mitigation and adaptation throughout food system
Access and benefit-sharing (ABS) are at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development but as Dan Leskien, Senior Liaison Officer, Commission on Genetic Resources for FAO, points out the true test is now in implementing policy frameworks and legislation. Two Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – SDG 2 on zero...

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