©FAO/Luis Tato
The partnership builds on shared goals  to optimise the contribution of the global dairy sector to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Specifically, the partnership will focus on enhancing the contribution of dairy to food and nutrition security and its role in livelihoods and economic growth; supporting and promoting improvements in animal health and welfare in dairy systems; and raising ambitions in dairy systems towards climate action and efficient use of natural resources.
Geographic focusGlobal - Africa Global or Regional
Thematic areaProduction - Nutrition - Environment - Life
@FAO/Pier Paolo Cito
The partnership between FAO and the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) aims to promote the sustainable production, consumption and international trade of pulses for improving food and nutrition security and sustainability of agricultural systems.FAO and GPC work together on joint public awareness initiatives; in supporting joint assessments and case studies to foster investments on pulses; and in the promotion of multi-stake holder dialogues. Through the partnership, FAO and GPC have also agreed to collaborate on knowledge development and improving understanding of the impact of antimicrobial use and anti-microbial resistance (AMR) in crop production on food safety and human health.  
Geographic focusGlobal - Africa - Near East and North Africa Burkina Faso
Thematic areaProduction - Nutrition - Environment
©EBRD/FAO Dermot Doorly
This partnership aims at leveraging Google’s technical expertise in geospatial products (such as the Google Earth Engine) to enhance FAO-led initiatives for the monitoring of natural resources, livelihoods and the environment. This includes promoting the application of these tools through trainings and events such as conferences and fora.
Geographic focusGlobal - North America Global or Regional
Thematic areaEnvironment
©FAO/Lekha Edirisinghe
This partnership takes a coordinated approach to increasing the productivity, profitability and environmental sustainability of smallholder agriculture, leveraging Grow Asia’s network of farmers, the private sector, governments, NGOs and other key stakeholders.  The partners will focus on strengthening the capacity of smallholder value chains and agribusinesses, supporting women’s economic empowerment, enabling greater participation of the private sector in policy dialogues, promoting responsible investments in food, agriculture and forestry, and contributing to the ASEAN Action Plan on Fall Armyworm Control.
Geographic focusGlobal - Africa - Asia and the Pacific Cambodia - Indonesia - Myanmar - Papua New Guinea - Philippines - Viet Nam
Thematic areaProduction - Nutrition - Environment - Life
©FAO China
The main objective of this cooperation is to reduce rural poverty in China by promoting smart and green agriculture. To achieve this, FAO and Guangfa Securities intend to assist the Government of China in implementing its rural revitalization strategy; to contribute to the achievement of the SDGs (especially SDG 1, No Poverty and 2, Zero Hunger); to collaborate under FAO's rural poverty reduction programmes in China; and to support the Farmer Field Schools programme with Information and Communication Technology (ICTs) tools.
Geographic focusAsia and the Pacific China
Thematic areaProduction - Life
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