FAO in South Sudan
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FAO works closely with the Government of South Sudan to improve nutrition and eradicate hunger in the country. FAO Provides support in three priority areas described in the Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2018-2021: sustainable increase in production and productivity for food and nutrition security, support economic growth and income, increase resilience of livelihoods to threats and crisis.

Main goals

  • Provide rapid emergency livelihood support to the most crisis-affected and food-insecure populations;
  • Protect food production and availability in less directly affected areas; and
  • Provide critical information for all stakeholders in food security response through information, analysis and coordination.

Important notice

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) wishes to warn the public of fraudulent schemes purporting to offer or soliciting applications for internships or employment or business opportunities on behalf of FAO or of FAO officials. FAO strongly recommends that prospective applicants and recipients carefully verify the authenticity of solicitations and offers before sending any response. Electronic communications should be disregarded if they originate from other than an FAO e-mail account - @fao.org - or website - fao.org.

FAO does not charge any fee at any stage of the recruitment process whether at the application, interview, processing or training stage. FAO does not require or need to know any information relating to the bank account details of applicants. FAO conducts its procurement in accordance with transparent processes through the UN Global Market Place.

Any request deviating from these standard practices should be rejected. Suspicious communications purportedly from, for or on behalf of the FAO should be reported to FAO at the following email address [email protected]. Fraudulent schemes may also be reported to the local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.