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04 Nov 2021
To promote FAO's work in partnership with civil society organizations (CSOs), PSUP has produced partnership briefs to highlight work done in recent years with some CSO partners. This specific brief highlights the work done together with IFOAM - Organics International through the Mountain Partnership, providing key facts and results of the partnership, specifically on what was achieved through the Mountain Partnership Products (MPP) Initiative.  
30 Sep 2019
The purpose of the Monitoring Framework is to serve as an instrument for cities and urban food stakeholders to identify food-related policy and programme priorities. The Framework also serves to illustrate to what extent “desired changes” are happening and/or how impactful such changes are. If measured periodically, the Framework can be used to evaluate gaps in policy advancement and resource mobilization as well as reveal overall urban food systems improvement.
21 Jun 2016
A network of Civil Society Organizations around the world, with the technical support of FAO, issued this The People’s Manual on the Guidelines on Governance of Land, Fisheries and Forests in an effort to further the implementation at grassroot levels of the Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests  (VGGT). This manual is a pedagogical and didactic guide to ease people’s understanding of the Guidelines and to provide a practical approach on how to use them. The People’s Manual is based on the precepts of popular education and was elaborated through a collective and participatory...
30 Sep 2014
Please click on the link below to see the list of INGOs holding with formal status with FAO. If you would like to know what to do in order to request formal status, please contact us: [email protected]
10 Dec 2013
This note is meant to serve as a guide on how to ensure balance representation of Civil Society organizations in FAO activities or processes. Balanced representativeness of Civil society has four main components that need to be ensured and look at, these are: constituencies, geography, gender andgroups. By ensuring that these four components are taking into account during relevant discussions, FAO will ensure that whether from meetings or processes,...
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