FAO Liaison Office in Geneva

FAO in Geneva

The FAO Liaison Office in Geneva (FAO in Geneva) is working with partners to achieve FAO’s corporate goal and the wider Sustainable Development Agenda. It works as an advocacy and partnership platform, to ensure FAO’s role and impact is well understood... find out more.

Through the FAO in Geneva Thematic Dialogue Series, it is also championing key thematic issues of importance to FAO, its members and partners, leveraging key field work of the Organization.

Recent and upcoming events

27/ 6


Genève (Switzerland), 27/06/2024

We kindly invite you to join a dialogue on “The Right to Adequate Food – Contributions from the UN Committee on World Food Security,” organized in collaboration with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO); the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR); FIAN International; the German Institute for Human Rights and Member States.

24/ 6




Genf (Switzerland), 24/06/2024 - 28/06/2024

22 June marks the World Camel Day in 2024. In light of this day, the celebration, which takes place in person at the Palais des Nations, is composed of a week-long exhibition (24-28 June 2024) showcasing the multifaceted role of camelids not only as sources of fiber, milk, and meat, but also as resilient and sustainable contributors to local economies, commencing with an opening ceremony taking...

Climate action

Actions to make agriculture sustainable are among the most effective measures to help nations adapt to and mitigate climate change.

New Dialogue series on Agroecology

Agroecology and its principles are increasingly recognized as a promising pathway for providing sustainable solutions to the issues of food security and nutrition 

FAO Flagship publications

FAO’s State of the World publications provide a comprehensive overview of the most pressing global issues associated with food and agriculture.

FAO emergencies and resilience

In emergencies, FAO saves lives, safeguards livelihoods, and lays the foundations for resilience.

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