Coopération Sud-Sud et coopération triangulaire


24 Jan 2023
24 janvier 2023, Le Caire – L'Organisation des Nations unies pour l'alimentation et l'agriculture (FAO) et l'Agence égyptienne de partenariat pour le développement (AEPD) se sont rencontrées pour discuter d'un nouveau mémorandum d'entente visant à consolider leurs efforts dans la promotion de la Coopération Sud-Sud et triangulaire (CSST) afin de dynamiser la transformation des systèmes agroalimentaires, améliorer la sécurité alimentaire et soutenir les efforts mondiaux en appui à l'Agenda 2030.
20 Jan 2023
20/01/2023 The Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Government of the Republic of Uganda and the Government of the People’s Republic of China have launched the third phase of the FAO-China-Uganda South-South Cooperation (SSC) project. It will benefit from funding worth USD 12.6 million aimed to support the development of the agriculture sector in Uganda. Almost USD 10 million were committed by Uganda and USD 3 million by China, which are held in Trust Funds in FAO. Uganda’s contribution is one of the most significant contributions by a Least Developed Country as a beneficiary nation, for a SSC...
19 Jan 2023
The ‘Making Every Voice Count for Adaptive Management’ Initiative has been collaborating with InsightShare over the course of 2022 to train and mentor carefully selected participants on participatory video (PV), how it is used, and what sets it apart from traditional Monitoring and Evaluation reporting.  Beginning in February 2022, InsightShare and MEV-CAM hosted four training modules covering the different ways PV can be used to capture knowledge from the ground and give ownership to community members.  The latest, Modules C and D, recently came to an end uncovering a myriad of new findings.
16 Jan 2023
Located in Central Asia, Mongolia is the most sparsely populated fully sovereign country in the world. Landlocked and far from the sea, the vast grazing lands and grassy steppe of Mongolia have for centuries been a heartland of nomadic animal husbandry. About 73 percent of agricultural land is pastureland used for raising livestock. But harsh weather and short growing seasons skew diets in the region and can lead to malnutrition. In remote areas of Mongolia, daily consumption of fresh vegetables is limited, which leads to a greater risk of diseases caused by mineral and vitamin deficiencies. Greenhouse farming and importation are,...
04 Jan 2023
The "Making Every Voice Count for Adaptive Management" (MEV-CAM) Initiative alters the way South-South knowledge management is approached by using local and indigenous knowledge to restore degraded drylands with more sustainable practices. By empowering communities and stakeholders to demonstrate their skills, express their challenges, and share successes, the most significant impact can be visualized from the process of change itself.