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Name of the institution: Agreenium
Description: Composed of 14 institutions of higher education and four research and expertise institutes, Agreenium promotes science and knowledge on agriculture, food, animal health and the environment towards the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. In partnership since 2013, FAO and Agreenium collaborate to enhance capacities through development of e-Learning products and hosting of joint technical webinars.
In partnership since: 2013
Country: France
SDG: 2. Zero Hunger,5. Gender Equality,6. Clean Water and Sanitation,12. Responsible Consumption and Production,14. Life Below Water,15. Life on Land
Areas of Collaboration: Advocacy,Capacity Development

Name of the institution: Agrinatura
Description: FAO and Agrinatura officialized their collaboration in 2014 with the aim to engage universities and research institutions, and to promote activities in the areas of agricultural innovation systems, capacity development, food security and climate smart agriculture. By putting the demands of farmers, agri-business and consumers at the center of the partnership’s priorities, the two organizations have been developing research, education and innovation activities in support of agri-food systems transformation toward sustainable development.  
In partnership since: 2014
Country: Czech Republic
SDG: 1. No Poverty,2. Zero Hunger,5. Gender Equality,10. Reduced Inequalities,12. Responsible Consumption and Production,17. Partnerships for the goals
Areas of Collaboration: Advocacy,Capacity Development

Description: The partnership between FAO and Al-Sulaiteen Agricultural Research, Studies and Training Centre aims to develop, promote and strengthen joint actions and projects to improve agriculture activities and the food security situation in the Near East and North Africa region. These actions aspire to facilitate information exchange and knowledge about agricultural and food systems techniques in support of smallholder farmers and rural populations.
In partnership since: 2019
Country: Qatar
SDG: 2. Zero Hunger,6. Clean Water and Sanitation,12. Responsible Consumption and Production,14. Life Below Water,15. Life on Land
Areas of Collaboration: Capacity Development,Knowledge Exchange

Name of the institution: American University of Beirut
Description: In 2019 FAO and the American University of Beirut, through its Environmental and Sustainable Development Unit, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, with the aim of strengthening capacity development for sustainable management of natural resources and addressing climate change in Lebanon and in the NENA region.  The agreement foresees technical collaboration on thematic areas of mutual interest, including soils, land, water and rural development, with the goal of improving sustainable food production, rural and agricultural development, and contributing to the achievement of the SDGs. The partnership also contributes to the UN Decade on Family Farming, including communication initiatives on rural development, strengthening food security nutrition, and local food production systems with a particular focus on urban food systems and rural-urban interface.
In partnership since: 2019
Country: Lebanon
SDG: 2. Zero Hunger,6. Clean Water and Sanitation,15. Life on Land
Areas of Collaboration: Advocacy,Capacity Development,Knowledge Exchange

Name of the institution: Ankara University
Description: In January 2016, FAO and Ankara University formalized their collaboration through the signature of a “Memorandum of Understanding”. Since then, the partnership is developing activities aiming at enhancing Turkish awareness on topics related to food security and safety, the management of natural resources and rural development. Further areas of collaboration focus on topics such as social protection and employability in the Turkish agricultural sector. Particular attention was given to the conditions and needs of Syrian refugees, seasonal workers, and rural households. In the field of communication, Ankara University is providing support to FAO’s Turkish local office for the development of communication skills.    
In partnership since: 2016
Country: Turkey
SDG: 2. Zero Hunger,3. Good Health and Well-being,4. Quality Education,13. Climate Action,15. Life on Land
Areas of Collaboration: Advocacy,Capacity Development

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