Mobilisation des ressources


06 May 2021
Ever since the European Union joined FAO as a Member Organization in 1991, the EU-FAO partnership has been driven by a shared vision of a better future for all in a world free from hunger and poverty. Today, the partnership covers nearly all areas of FAO’s mandate. The EU-FAO partnership is embedded in the Strategic Dialogue, a periodic and forward-looking exercise that aims to readjust EU-FAO joint priorities for the short and medium-term.  The last Strategic Dialogue was organized in 2017 and a new edition is taking place in 2021. Last February, five technical webinars took place touching upon topics of common interest...
06 May 2021
The European Union–FAO partnership is strong and growing, as evidenced by the upward trend of the European Union’s voluntary contributions in recent years. This has enabled FAO to work extensively across the globe and in those regions where assistance is most needed.
29 Apr 2021
On Thursday 22 March 2021, the third of a series of five webinars called “Community Engagement Days” was held. Organized by the Dimitra Clubs Team of the Rural Institutions, Services and Empowerment (RISE) team.
23 Apr 2021
At a time of unprecedented humanitarian needs, the Government of Belgium has increased its contribution to FAO’s Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation Activities (SFERA) to grant FAO the necessary flexibility to determine how funds are allocated in the context of an emergency.
15 Apr 2021
FAO Deputy Director-General Beth Bechdol and Minister-President of Flanders, Jan Jambon today signed a historic framework agreement to enhance cooperation between the Government of Flanders and FAO on a range of international development issues.
02 Apr 2021
On March 26, FAO and the Green Climate Fund (GCF) joined hands in a virtual signing ceremony for two Funded Activity Agreements, following the approval by the GCF board of two grants worth USD 80 million for FAO-led projects in the Republic of Congo and Jordan. Both are the first GCF-funded projects in those countries, underscoring FAO's focus on expanding the use of global tools to advance climate action in food and agriculture. The PREFOREST project in the Republic of Congo aims to mitigate 16.7 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions over 20 years by...
24 Mar 2021
A new report portrays the relationship between FAO and Turkey in a detailed and striking manner. Entitled FAO+Turkey: Partnering for food security and sustainable management of natural resources, the report highlights the growing cooperation between the two partners.
19 Mar 2021
When Alfayo Mayemba went out on a hot sunny day and counted the trees on his farm in Kombi village in Tanzania, he probably wasn’t thinking about saving the planet. He was thinking about whether he’ll be getting better prices when he sells the wood, which is one way he
19 Mar 2021
Deux projets conçus par la FAO, l'un axé sur l'agroforesterie en Afrique subsaharienne, l'autre sur la gestion de l'eau au Proche-Orient, ont reçu aujourd'hui 80 millions d'USD, ouvrant ainsi la voie à l'amélioration des moyens de subsistance de plus de 250 000 petits exploitants.
18 Mar 2021
The Division for Emergencies and Resilience, the FAO Liaison Office in Brussels, and the Kingdom of Belgium co-organized a briefing on the Special Fund for Emergency and Rehabilitation (SFERA). As the first and largest supporter of the fund, Belgium provides FAO with the financial means and flexibility to react promptly when disasters strike and to take early action in response to early signs of impending crises, reducing the time between funding decisions and response on the ground.