Welcoming you to FAO

Get inspired on how you can take action and be part of the change. Visit the World Food Day website and explore our youth activities.
Access FAO’s free online publications and educational resources from home to stay up to date with important global issues.
Situated in Rome’s famous Appia Antica Park, the G20 Green Garden invites you to reflect on the future of our planet. This open-air museum celebrates biodiversity, nature and Rome’s ancient heritage while calling for global solidarity to create a sustainable future for all. To book your visit write to  [email protected] 
While guided tours at FAO headquarters are suspended until further notice as a measure of prevention amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, FAO is offering virtual tours online. Book a virtual tour here.

World Food Day Poster Contest!

What does a world where no one is left behind look like? Does it have healthy food for everyone? Show us by drawing a poster and participating in the World Food Day Poster Contest. The deadline to submit a poster is 4 November 2022. Check out the World Food Day website for how to participate. For questions, write to: [email protected] 

Leave no one behind

Discover how you can help build a better, more sustainable future for all and take action to make our food and agriculture more sustainable with the World Food Day Activity Book. Read it and learn about this year’s theme before entering the Poster Contest.

Discover FAO

Stay tuned for the launch of the Discover FAO web app for World Food Day! This multilingual web app has two itineraries, one for youth and one for the general public. You will be able to learn about the Organization, its mandate and history, as well as about the meeting rooms and artwork at FAO headquarters. 

Let’s give the gift of a sustainable city

Download our Urban Actions web app and explore how the 17 SDGs are linked to actions you can take to build a better future for the planet, our city and its people. It‘s time for all of us to reimagine our cities and unlock their full potential. 

G20 Green Garden web App 

Let nature be your teacher and learn how to help build a more sustainable world with the G20 Green Garden web app. Book a group visit at the G20 Green Garden and explore our educational itinerary for students and the public. Write to: [email protected]

 

 

 

FAO: Connecting past to present

FAO has a long history of driving the transition to sustainable food and agriculture systems to pursue its goal of ending poverty and hunger. Learn about the Organization’s early beginnings, mandate and work with through our FAO online experience.  

Book your virtual group tour!

Calling all students, researchers, associations and curious minds. Learn about FAO from one of our knowledgeable guides and get a chance to ask your questions! Click here to book your virtual group tour now.


Book here the Virtual tour.

FAO at home: read and discover

Access FAO’s free online publications and educational resources from home to stay up to date with important global issues.