Movilización de recursos


21 Jun 2024
Rome - The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) this week helped 28 countries to unlock $70 million in financing from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) to address urban sustainability, groundwater management, biodiversity loss, climate change and land degradation. “These initiatives will help to increase the resilience of those on the front lines of climate change, biodiversity loss, and land degradation,” said FAO...
21 Jun 2024
Rome – A new online dashboard released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) provides an intuitive, user-friendly way to visualize connections between FAO’s projects, resource partners, and thematic areas of work, offering an easy way for the public to understand the large amount of project data published by the Organization. The launch of the dashboard underscores FAO’s commitment to transparency, by...
15 Mar 2024
Rome - Afghanistan is the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation’s (FAO) single largest country programme, where it continues to carry out its operations despite the ongoing political instability. The Organization has over 400 employees on the ground and is present in every one of the 34 provinces in the country. The food security situation remains alarming with over 15 million people or 36 percent of the population...
07 Mar 2024
FAO will support countries and regional bodies to develop proposals in support of national, regional and global efforts in preventing, preparing, and responding to pandemics under the second Pandemic Fund call. Building on the support provided to countries for the Pandemic Fund's first call for proposals and the 12 successful proposals that FAO will help implement in partnership with governments, civil society and other Implementing Entities, attention now turns to...
27 Sep 2023
A new agreement has been reached between the EIB and UN institutions to increase the impact of multilateral project financing and to introduce a new level of cooperation between international partners. Additional resources for UN agencies will enable them to provide technical assistance and advisory support for EIB-financed projects. Discussions are taking place with the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) and other UN agencies on joining the agreement at a later stage Cooperation between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and five United Nations institutions will be greatly facilitated...
17 May 2023
The World Bank kick-started the application process to the Pandemic Fund, calling for proposals for an initial envelope of USD300million with a deadline on the 19th of May. The Fund is the direct result of G20 Finance and Health Ministers efforts, pushed forward under the strong leadership of the Italian, Indonesian and now Indian Presidency. Pledges have reached USD 1.7 billion, aimed at providing critical investments to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness and response (PPR) capacities in low- and middle-income countries. Applications are based on country and regional needs, drawn from key national health assessments and place governments in the driving seat....
28 Mar 2022
The past four years marked a time of growth in commitments and contributions to FAO’s Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM), the main pooled funding instrument for flexible and less-earmarked voluntary resources in the Organization.
17 Feb 2022
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) today welcomed a €20 million contribution from Germany to save lives and livelihoods of the most severely drought-affected farmers and herders in the Horn of Africa. It is a vital contribution which comes at a critical time in the response to the drought emergency.
15 Feb 2022
At the invitation of the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union, which took office on 1 January, FAO Brussels Director Raschad Al-Khafaji briefed delegates of the European Union Member States in the Council Coordination Working Party on FAO Matters (AGRIFAO).
02 Feb 2022
Many artisanal fishers who access coral reefs experience a reduction in their income from fishing – that was reported commonly by the REEFFISH project regional steering committee members during their first two-days meeting, organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in Comoros.
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