Mecanismo flexible multiasociados (FMM)

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2017 Results Partnerships Impact 2018

2017 Results Partnerships Impact 2018 is FAO's new results-based resource mobilization annual report. Its aim is to highlight FAO's achievements to member countries, donors and other partners, with a particular emphasis on efforts to expand strategic partnerships to address the root causes of hunger and poverty. Deepening joint efforts with existing resource partners, and creating opportunities with new ones is essential to realize FAO's vision of a world free from hunger and malnutrition where food and agriculture contribute to improving the living standards of all, especially the poorest, in an ecoomically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner.

Forest and Farm Facility. Summary report 2012-2017

With generous support from the governments of Germany, Sweden, Finland, the US Department of State, AgriCord, through its Farmers Fighting Poverty Programme, and funds from the EU-FLEGT programme and FAO through the FAO Multi Partner Programme Support Mechanism (FMM) (supported by Belgium, the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland), the FFF has expended just under USD 16 million (approximately USD 4 million/year). This summary attempts to highlight the major impacts and learning at the global project level, while the full report gives much more detail and provides and country and operational level examples.

Decent rural employment

Fostering productive investments to create decent farm and nonfarm jobs for rural youth in migration-prone areas of Senegal. Project: FMM/GLO/115/MUL Duration of the project: January 2017 - May 2018

Creating employment potential in small-ruminant value chains in the Ethiopian Highlands

This  paper presents the empirical findings of the analytical work of the project, Poverty Reduction through Jobs Creation along Small-Ruminant Value Chains in the Ethiopian Highlands (FMM/GLO/101/MUL). This work sought to identify the employment potential created by improvements in productivity and profitability along small-ruminant value chains in the Ethiopian highlands. By doing so, it made an important contribution towards analytical work that links small-ruminant value chain analysis with employment assessment in a rigorous and quantitative manner.

Incorporating decent rural employment in the strategic planning for agricultural development

The Decent Work Agenda is a balanced and integrated programmatic approach, developed by the ILO and endorsed by the international community, to pursuing the objectives of full and productive employment and decent work for all at the global, regional, national, sectoral and local levels. It comprises four pillars, namely: Pillar I (employment creation and enterprise development); Pillar II (social protection); Pillar III (standards and rights at work); Pillar IV (governance and social dialogue). By integrating a dedicated organizational outcome on decent work in its Strategic Framework, FAO endorses and contributes to the Decent Work Agenda, with focus on rural areas.

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