Mecanismo flexible multiasociados (FMM)

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Note d’orientation n° 1: Des institutions et une coordination efficaces pour un environnement institutionnel favorisant l’inclusion des jeunes agri-entrepreneurs

En Tunisie, le renouvellement générationnel des chefs d’exploitations et la dynamisation de l’environnement de la production agricole et des territoires nécessitent une intensification des opérations d’investissement portées prioritairement par des jeunes. En même temps, des investissements à même de redynamiser les territoires ruraux permettraient de combattre le chômage des jeunes en Tunisie, qui est particulièrement élevé dans les régions de l’intérieur du pays.

Ce document d’orientation fournit des recommandations concrètes pour renforcer les institutions et la coordination entre elles pour promouvoir l’inclusion des jeunes agri-entrepreneurs à travers des actions de court-terme et notamment: (i) l’amélioration de la coordination entre les institutions tout au long du processus d’investissement, de l’idée du projet à l’après création, (ii) la mise en place d’espaces de coordination et d’échange d’informations entre les institutions, (iii) par la formalisation de ces espaces dont notamment les guichets uniques, (iv) l’adoption d’une approche territoriale pour l’orientation de l’investissement par les jeunes et enfin (v) la mise en place d’une formation sur le montage des projets.

Le document d’orientation fait partie d’une série de notes sur la promotion de l’investissement responsable des jeunes en Tunisie portant sur (i) la coordination et le cadre institutionnel; (ii) les services financiers et des incitations à l’investissement; et (iii) l’accès à l’information et la communication. Ces notes sont le résultat des travaux de trois groupes de travail mis en place dans le cadre du Pôle de réflexion sur les investissements des jeunes agri-entrepreneurs (PRIJA) de l'Institut national de la recherche agronomique de Tunisie (INRAT), organisé en coopération avec la FAO et l'Agence de promotion des investissements agricoles (APIA).

Boosting Decent Rural Employment through the Implementation of the Integrated Country Approach and Dimitra Clubs - FMM/GLO/122/MUL

In recent years, FAO has implemented a number of projects to bolster decent rural employment (DRE) and to implement Dimitra Clubs (DCs) in many countries, thanks to funding provided by the Flexible Multi Partner Mechanism (FMM).

Projects focusing on increasing DRE for youth in the agri food systems of targeted countries have utilized FAO’s Integrated Country Approach (ICA), which includes advocacy and communication activities, the provision of policy and strategy advice, technical support and capacity development, the generation of knowledge and the development of partnerships. Other projects have facilitated the implementation of DCs.

FAO + France

With the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, FAO’s mandate has been reinforced and scaled up to a depth and scope that calls for a greater commitment in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. Much still needs to be done in order to mobilize sufficient resources and support to meet the global necessities related to the eradication of hunger, malnutrition and poverty globally. Deepening our engagement with key resource partners and fostering new alliances with like-minded players is essential for generating real and far-reaching impact on the ground. This report provides a comprehensive overview of France's partnership and valuable contribution to the work of FAO in recent years, highlighting concrete results achieved in relation to food security, nutrition, resilience and sustainability at country, regional and international levels.

FAO + Switzerland
Deepening our engagement with resource partners and fostering new alliances with like-minded players is essential for generating real and far-reaching impact on the ground, especially in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals. In order to highlight FAO’s relevance and results achieved through the continued support of key resource partners, TCR is preparing targeted donor-specific marketing materials for resource mobilization purposes. With the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, FAO’s mandate has been reinforced and scaled up to a depth and scope that calls for a greater commitment in the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). However, much needs to be done in order to mobilize sufficient resources to meet the global necessities related to the eradication of hunger, malnutrition and poverty globally. This report aims to provide an overview of Switzerland's strong partnership and valuable contribution to the work of FAO in recent years, bringing together their individual set of unique skills to the table to help resolve myriad challenges relating to food security, nutrition, resilience and sustainability. Working in close partnership with resource partners is the only way we can move forward and achieve a world where hunger no longer exists.
Norway and FAO

FAO and Norway have enjoyed a solid partnership since the Organization was founded in 1945. Building on shared values, goals and global commitments, their cooperation has been directed towards food security through the eradication of poverty and hunger, including technical development interventions, and food and agricultural emergency and rehabilitation assistance. Norway’s generous contributions — across most of FAO’s areas of work — have enabled the Organization to deliver powerful results spanning forestry, fisheries, the right to food, climate-smart agriculture, and food loss and waste

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