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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Ankara (Türkiye), 15/07/2024 - 20/07/2024

A delegation from Nigeria will visit Ankara, Türkiye, as part of the project "Support to the Diversification and Sustainable Crop Production Intensification for Smallholder Farmers in the Drylands of Borno State." This initiative is part of the FAO–Türkiye Partnership Programmes. During their visit, the delegation will tour relevant public institutions in Ankara and visit agricultural fields ar...

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Tirana (Albania), 22/10/2024 - 23/10/2024

Increasing the connections among parliamentarians in the Europe and Central Asia region is key to supporting food systems transformation. In line with this, as a follow-up to the Global Parliamentarian Meeting in June 2023 in Chile and FAO’s preparatory meeting of five chairs of Agrarian Committees from Albania, Armenia, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova, and Ukraine in October 2023, FAO is c...

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The Kosovo gender profile for agriculture and rural livelihoods aims to improve knowledge on gender‑related issues in agriculture. It proposes evidence‑based recommendations for advancing gender equality.


This casebook unfolds the stories of 25 farmers and agripreneurs who have successfully embraced digital technologies. The accounts presented here reveal that, opportunities for innovation and resilience can be found. The case studies presented here, grouped into five distinct use cases, illustrate the transformative power of digitalization in agriculture, and serve as tangible examples of the successes and lessons learned on the path to sustainable development.

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