FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia


FAO Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia

In their pursuit to ensure an equitable and sustainable future, governments can rely on FAO expertise in food and agriculture. Responding to the needs of Europe and Central Asia, the Organization is offering support in many specific areas. Find out more

Regional Priority Programmes
The three Regional Priority Programmes provide an integrated, programmatic approach to addressing the region’s priority issues, and guide the implementation of country programmes. Most of FAO’s work in the region contributes to one or more of these priority programmes, with food and nutrition security as a cross-cutting area of work.
Recent and upcoming events

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Geneva (Switzerland), Hybrid Event, 12/03/2024 - 14/03/2024

The 2024 Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (RFSD) is an annual intergovernmental forum aiming to assess progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, and provide a forum to exchange knowledge, best practices, and policy solutions to support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in line with regional priorities. This year it is being held ahead of the 2024 UN High-...

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Virtual Event, 20/03/2024

The webinar will present a case of food loss and waste analysis amplified with a study of the behavioural causes of the issue and the assessme...

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The Digital Village Initiative aims to transform rural life in Europe and Central Asia by deploying digital technologies. This project focuses on three key objectives: deliver increased agricultural productivity by introducing advanced technologies to farmers; connect rural communities through digital platforms that enhance access to essential services, and foster sustainable and resilient rural economies for long-term growth and prosperity.


The report delineates four principal market channels for small ruminant milk and three for small ruminant meat that farmers utilize for product commercialization. Albanian small ruminant farmers predominantly focus on milk production, while their counterparts in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina are inclined towards meat production.

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