FAO in Mozambique

Programmes in Mozambique

The Country Programming Framework (CPF) from 2022-2026

The Country Programming Framework (CPF) defines the medium-term priorities of FAO in support of the program of the Government of Mozambique (GoM) for 2022-2026. The CPF responds to the strategic objectives of FAO and emphasizes its catalytic role in developing sustainable capacity to improve food and nutrition security at country level. It also opens the way to enhance partnerships with government institutions and other stakeholders, particularly the UN agencies.

The current CPF priority areas are:

Economic Diversification and Sustainable Livelihoods

FAO´s contribution will focus on promoting an enabling environment for agri-food value chain development and enhancing the capacity of Government and food producers for increased production and productivity. 

Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and the Environment

FAO will promote protection, restoration and sustainable use and management of forests, combat desertification, reduce land degradation and biodiversity loss, and support climate change adaptation. It will also promote the sustainable use of aquatic resources for better economic, environmental and social benefits, including for woman and youth.

Climate Resilience and Emergency Response

FAO will strengthen the capacity of institutions to develop policy and legal frameworks and improve coordination, monitoring and evaluation for climate resilience and emergency response.