Mercados y Comercio

FAO trade expert networks - Media Kit

Year of publication2022
AuthorFAO
PublisherFAO
AbstractThe Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) supports regional ‘trade expert networks’ that provide neutral and independent platforms for the exchange of knowledge and experience on agrifood trade issues. Experts include government trade officials, researchers from academia, and professionals from industry associations—specialists who conduct policy-relevant analysis, carry out training programmes, and advise government and the private sector on issues related to agrifood trade and trade policy. Currently, three networks are active in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA), Sub- Saharan Africa, and Near East and North Africa (NENA). This media kit introduces each of the three expert networks, including highlights of recent work and ways to get in touch.
Available inEnglish
 
ThemeEurope and Central Asia Trade Policy
Product typeBrochure (factsheet, flyer/leaflet, Poster, banner)
RegionEurope and Central Asia
Areas of workTrade Policy and Partnerships
Keywordsagrifood sector; trade; knowledge sharing; networks; training programmes; FAO