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FAO and Paradise Foods Ltd. aim to promote more inclusive and sustainable cocoa production value chains while creating income generation opportunities for smallholder farmers in Papua New Guinea (PNG). The partnership will support smallholder farmers by improving the quality of their products, facilitating better market access and developing product certification schemes.
Geographic focusAsia and the Pacific Papua New Guinea
Thematic areaProduction - Life
©FAO/Luis Tato
FAO and Rabobank aim at supporting small-scale producers (smallholders) through better access to financial services. The partnership promotes public-private partnerships along the food chain as a means to reduce food loss and waste, improveproduction by providing farmers with the best raw materials and inputs, and strengthen farmers' organizations and cooperatives by offering them better access to technology and other services. Rabobank and FAO’s joint work focuses on formulating and implementing new initiatives, projects and joint activities at the country level, and supports capacity development through joint initiatives and the organization and participation in joint events.
Geographic focusAfrica - Europe and Central Asia - Latin America and the Caribbean Ethiopia - Kenya - Uganda - United Republic of Tanzania
Thematic areaProduction - Nutrition - Environment - Life
©FAO/Alessandra Benedetti
This partnership aims to contribute to achieving food security for all and ensuring that people have regular access to enough high quality food to lead active, healthy lives. Together, FAO and SIPPO will promote sustainable food exports, create employment opportunities, secure livelihoods and improve incomes while ensuring sustainable management of natural resources. In addition, the partnership will promote sustainable fish and seafood trade through Development and Technical Programmes, norms and standard setting, knowledge management and dissemination, advocacy and communication and policy dialogue.
Geographic focusAsia and the Pacific - Europe and Central Asia - Near East and North Africa Indonesia - Morocco - Tunisia
Thematic areaProduction
© FAO/Miguel Riopa
This partnership aims to enhance agri-food trade competitiveness in developing and least developed countries (LDCs) by supporting the introduction of electronic phytosanitary certificates, or ePhytos, by adopting the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) ePhyto Solution. This will make trade simpler, faster, and more cost-effective while strengthening plant health protection procedures and consumer safety.   The Alliance is led by the Center for International Private Enterprise, the International Chamber of Commerce, and the World Economic Forum, in cooperation with Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), and is funded by the governments of the United States, Canada, Germany, and Denmark.  
Geographic focusAfrica - Asia and the Pacific - Latin America and the Caribbean - Near East and North Africa Global or Regional
Thematic areaLife
FAO and The Pew Charitable Trusts agreed to promote their common objectives of the long-term conservation and sustainable use of aquatic resources. Through this joint collaboration, more states will be assisted to effectively implement measures and improve their monitoring, control and surveillance of fishing operations in order to combat illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing.
Geographic focusGlobal Global or Regional
Thematic areaProduction
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