FAO in China
On 12 April, the Launch Event of FAO One Country One Priority Product (OCOP) China...
On 26 March, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) exchange ceremony between the Food and Agriculture...

China is now in its 14th Five-Year Development Period (2021-2025), and FAO, together with multiple stakeholders in the country, develops the Country Programming Framework (CPF) for 2021-2025, which is positioned to provide strategic support for China to promote all-round rural revitalization in the post-pandemic era, ensuring food security and promoting high-quality agricultural development. Meanwhile, it is envisaged to step up cooperation with China in global food and agricultural governance and promote the implementation of Global Development Initiative in the agriculture sector, sharing China’s progress and experience in poverty reduction, agricultural development and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development implementation with the international community. It sets out three priority areas:

  • supporting people and prosperity and better production and better nutrition through agrifood systems transformation
  • protecting planet and better environment through a sustainable and resilient agrifood systems
  • enhancing partnership and better life through international and regional agriculture cooperation