FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean


El Director General de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO), QU Dongyu llegó a Paraguay en el marco de una visita oficial destinada a reafirmar el apoyo técnico al país y afianzar la agenda nacional de lucha contra el hambre.
FAO Director-General QU Dongyu met with Presidents and Heads of State during the Commmunity of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC) Summit in Argentina. He also paid an official visit to Paraguay.
Created by the Brazilian Government in 2018, RAES Network is a cooperation tool that seeks to deepen the dialogue on school feeding in the region.
The project is part of the Mexico-CARICOM-FAO Initiative “Cooperation for Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience in the Caribbean.
The document produced within the framework of the Brazil-FAO International Cooperation seeks to facilitate the understanding of this methodology.
Panorama 2022 analyzes the cost of healthy diets and warns that Latin America and the Caribbean currently has the highest cost of a healthy diet compared to the rest of the world. In addition, the publication highlights the challenges to improving its affordability, as well as the relevance of addressing the high cost of this type of diet in the region and countries to address the rising numbers of hunger, food insecurity, and malnutrition in all its forms.
The initiative focuses on capacity building and training within the Farmers Organizations for African, Caribbean and Pacific (FO4ACP) project framework
The manual which has been updated with the technical support of FAO, will improve agricultural practices, enhance commercial farming, solve day-to-day field problems and build sustainable farmer institutions able to address farmer’s needs and problems.
FAO and the Fisheries Division are working together to support local seamoss Farmers to increase production of seamoss in the country.
El encuentro se realizó en Buenos Aires, Argentina y su objetivo central fue discutir estrategias de apoyo comunes, y promover la cooperación y convergencia entre los diversos actores regionales en América Latina y el Caribe.
The Resilient School Feeding Programmes, supported by the government of Mexico, promotes nutrition education and healthy diets in schools.
The project, financed by the Government of Mexico, promotes farmers' access to credit and financing in the Caribbean for their aquaculture enterprises and strengthens their technical knowledge.
Iniciativa apoyada por Canadá permitió mejorar la resiliencia de personas agricultoras en Perú, Bolivia, Nicaragua y Honduras.
La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO) presenta los pósteres ganadores del concurso “Exposición de experiencias y conocimiento de la agricultura familiar”, que fueron expuestos en el marco del Encuentro Latinoamericano y Caribeño del Decenio de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura Familiar.
Supported by the Ministry of Agriculture World-Bank funded OECS Regional Agricultural Competitiveness Project, the training benefit 40 participants.
Around 60 professionals from Caribbean countries and institutions took part in the 2nd session of a series of trainings on resilient and sustainable school feeding programmes.
Esta propuesta busca centrar esfuerzos en construir capacidades técnicas de los acuicultores de América Latina en su propio entorno, para que sean ellos los transmisores de conocimiento dentro de sus comunidades.
The authorities agreed on the need to work together on this issue and take advantage of multilateral forums to end hunger in the region
Hybrid dialogue included Ministers of El Salvador and representatives of the governments of three LAC countries
With the financial cooperation of the Government of Mexico, the Resilient Caribbean Initiative supports Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to build social, economic, and climate resilience.
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