This report summarizes the main results of FAO Cuba in 2022. At a time when Latin America and the Caribbean are determined to face and overcome the most complex humanitarian, economic and social crisis in recent decades, FAO in Cuba continues to take steps towards the consolidation of its essential goals, with more than USD 57 million mobilized between 2019 and 2022, in support of the priority areas signed with the government in the Country Program Framework 2020-2024.
The Policy Benchmarks are based on the recommendations established in international reference policies, complemented by other policy instruments that set scientifically based objectives. The Policy Benchmarks are part of the methodology "National self-assessment of existing capacities to contain AMR through medicated feed policies and their governance", designed by FAO in a joint effort with 7 South American countries.
Legislating to prevent and reduce food loss and waste. Legal brief for parliamentarians in Latin America and the Caribbean, no. 10
Legal frameworks for sustainable school feeding A dialogue based on the Latin American and Caribbean scenario
The publication, developed within the framework of the school feeding project of the Brazil-FAO International Cooperation Program, aims to share some experiences and the development of the process of elaboration and implementation of legal and regulatory frameworks on school feeding, and to identify some fundamental elements for its development.
Eleanora Dupouy,Food Safety Officer. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations,FAO.
This manual aims to present practical examples of the use of the FAO-ASIS Country tool so that the user can make a better interpretation of the results obtained. This manual is part of the series of manuals called User Manuals of the Agricultural Drought Surveillance System for Central America (ASIS-Country).