FAO in Bangladesh
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FAO has been working in Bangladesh since 1973. The country’s food and agricultural sectors have transformed since then. Having achieved food security for its large and growing population, Bangladesh – with one of the fastest growing economies in the world – is increasingly shifting its focus towards nutrition security and food exports.

The Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2022-2026 sets out FAO’s strategic priorities, key areas of technical cooperation, and medium-term country-level programming activities.

There are four priority areas:
    • Productive, diversified and knowledge-based agri-economic growth
    • Healthy, safe, and nutritious food:
    • Climate resilience and nature-based, low-carbon sustainable development
    • Gender equality and youth development

 

 

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  • 4 October – World Habitat Day
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  • 13 October - International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction
  • 15 October - International Day of Rural Women
  • 16 October – World Food Day
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  • 17 – 21 October - World Food Forum
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