FAO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean

Alliances and Partners:
Joint solutions for mayor challenges

Working with others adds value to FAO’s work and enables the Organization to achieve more.

In Latin America and the Caribbean, FAO collaborates with regional and subregional integration bodies, development agencies, international financing organizations, civil society groups organizations, private actors in priority countries, academic and research institutions, and of course Member Countries.


Convened by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and Agriculture (FAO), the best regional experts have formed Alliances to provide solutions to the great challenges facing Latin America and the Caribbean.The Alliances articulate and mobilize the best capacities and experiences existing in the region on issues that are central to the development of rural societies and the agri-food systems of the region:


As an intergovernmental organization, FAO works with a large range of partners. By joining forces and working in partnership, the Organization and its partners can support the achievement of FAO's five Strategic Objectives. In Latin America and the Caribbean, the Organization partnerships with: