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Get to know FAO through different multimedia experiences. From interactive web Apps, thematic exhibits to videos and more...

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Thematic videos and digital exhibits

Our thematic videos and digital exhibits connect you with people from different countries and cultures. Learn about their struggles, their successes, and how food and agriculture have the power to improve their livelihoods.

WORLD FOOD DAY 2023 – Immersive experience

Travel around the world and discover water in all its forms. From frozen glaciers and cascading waterfalls to fields of crops and the deep depths of the ocean – this journey reminds us just how important water is. Appreciate its beauty as the foundation of life nurturing crops, livestock and all nature.

At the same time, witness the challenges people face due to water-related disasters, particularly the most vulnerable. Water is not infinite, and we need to stop taking it for granted. What we eat, and how that food is produced all affect it.

Together, we can build a future where all people can enjoy water, leaving no one behind.





FAO at your fingertips! 

Download our web Apps from anywhere around the world to learn what FAO is, and how you can help build a sustainable world with healthy diets for all.  

FAO Park

Amid the remarkable and historic green area of Rome at Villa Doria Pamphilj, the Global Library of Trees and Flowers – FAO Park is growing with trees and plants of various species, representing 7 diverse regions from around the world. Check out the FAO Park web app and listen to the wisdom of Nature to learn valuable lessons about creating a sustainable future.  

Together, we can plant the seeds for a sustainable future.  

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Discover FAO

This virtual, multilingual tour offers two itineraries for both adults and youth. Learn about FAO’s history and mandate while getting an inside view of its interesting architecture. At the end of your tour, snap a selfie using one of our virtual backdrops of FAO HQ and share it with your family and friends! 

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Urban Actions

Explore how the 17 Sustainable Development Goals 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.  

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G20 Green Garden

The G20 Green Garden, in the heart of Rome’s ancient Appia Antica Park, invites you to discover how you can take action and create a sustainable future. Explore the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and learn tips on how you can help achieve them. 

Let nature be your teacher. 

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International Years 

The United Nations General Assembly is the UN body that declares international decades, years, and days. These global campaigns promote international awareness for global issues. They offer many actors the opportunity to get involved, organize activities and call for action. 

International Year of Camelids (IYC 2024)

The United Nations declared 2024 the International Year of Camelids (IYC 2024). The Year will highlight how camelids are key to the livelihoods of millions of households across over 90 countries. From alpacas to Bactrian camels, dromedaries, guanacos, llamas, and vicuñas, camelids contribute to food security, nutrition and economic growth as well as holding a strong cultural significance for communities across the world. 



International Year of Millets 2023 

#IYM2023 is an opportunity to raise awareness of, and direct policy attention to the nutritional and health benefits of millets and their suitability for cultivation under adverse and changing climatic conditions. The Year promotes the sustainable production of millets while highlighting their potential to provide new sustainable market opportunities for producers and consumers.

Take a look at the Flickr album of the #IYM2023 launch event to see photos of the exhibit and visit the website to learn how you can spread the word or get involved.



International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA 2022) digital exhibit 

The United Nations General Assembly has declared 2022 the International Year of Artisanal Fisheries and Aquaculture (IYAFA 2022). FAO is the lead agency for celebrating the year in collaboration with other relevant organizations and bodies of the United Nations system.

Take a virtual tour of the IYAFA exhibit featuring a digital photo exhibit on small-scale fisheries and aquaculture. 



Relive FAO Experiences through the Flickr albums!