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Explore FAO’s free, self-paced e-Learning courses, tailored for professionals working to implement the SDGs on the ground and enhance their ability to champion the 2030 Agenda in their locality.

01/12/2022

This course introduces the classification of Highly Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) including the systems used for identification, mitigation and the sourcing of alternatives.

01/12/2022

This course provides an overview of knowledge management processes and how they can be applied to emergency and resilience-building work.

01/11/2022

This series of four courses is designed to improve understanding of Codex Alimentarius and develop sustainable national capacities to engage in and benefit from Codex work. The second course guide the learner on how to establish a national Codex programme and make it function well. It further explain on how to engage effectively in Codex at international level.

01/11/2022

The course provides a plan for developing, sharing and using learning to inform and improve interventions aiming at tackling food crises and strengthening the resilience of agrifood systems. The course can help you embed knowledge management in your emergency and resilience work. 

01/10/2022

This course provides guidance on how to assess existing legal and policy frameworks for fisheries in a specific country, explains how to legislate for small-scale fisheries, and outlines the main components of small-scale fisheries-specific legislation. It aims at helping professionals engaged in dialogue on policy and legislation processes and actions at all levels...

01/10/2022

This e-learning course explains how social protection programmes can improve food security and nutrition outcomes. It provides learners with the basis needed to understand the work modalities, purpose and usefulness of the Inter-Agency Social Protection Assessment – Food Security and Nutrition (ISPA-FSN) tool.

01/10/2022

This short course provides an overview of how to build a crisis timeline to support the design of anticipatory actions using a phased approach. It focuses on slow-onset hazards and uses drought as an illustrative example. 

01/10/2022

This course provides information on the process of conducting an assessment of social assistance and/or safety net programmes (part of the wider social protection measures) using the ISPA-FSN tool, presenting the four phases of the tool and how to implement its steps and activities.

01/10/2022

Resilience measurement and analysis are critical for formulating evidence-based policy, programmes and investments for food security. This course provides an overview of the Resilience Index Measurement and Analysis (RIMA), a methodology that enables a rigorous analysis of how households cope with shocks and stressors.

01/10/2022

This course will introduce you to the UN system’s shared understanding of resilience. It will help you reflect on what you can do to build resilience and connect you to resources to support your resilience-building journey.

01/10/2022

This course offers a process and method to evaluate the performance of a fisheries co-management system, in order to enhance its effectiveness in delivering benefits and contributing to environmental, social and economic sustainability and good governance.

01/09/2022

This course is part of the series on the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries (EAF). It features the EAF Implementation Monitoring Tool (EAF-IMT), a simple method to monitor progress in implementation of the EAF in fisheries management, that aims to support fisheries management planning and decision-making. This course was designed to explain why and how to use the EAF-IMT and associated material.

01/09/2022

This course has been developed by FAO in partnership with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to help operators in the olive oil sector meet growing consumer demand in the challenging context of food safety crises and the COVID-19 pandemic. It aims to help managers and staff of small and medium enterprises understand food safety concepts,...

01/06/2022

This Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "Nutrition and Food Systems: Pathways to sustainable and healthy diets" was delivered between September 2021 and June 2022. The overall objective of this course was to apply a systems-thinking approach to issues of food security and nutrition, thus contributing to a transformation of food systems towards more sustainable, equitable and healthy diets.

01/05/2022

This e-learning course will introduce key concepts related to pest surveillance, pest status determination and pest reporting, particularly as it relates to new pest detections and emerging pests. It will provide practical guidance to assist National Plant Protection Organizations (NPPOs) in strengthening their national surveillance systems...

01/03/2022

This course offers an overview of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) as a global threat to human, animal and environmental health, and explains the role of the food and agriculture sector, and the impact of AMR on agrifood systems.

01/03/2022

This two-lesson course focuses on the impact of climate change on rural livelihoods and how climate change and variability interact with other factors to drive migration. It considers the conditions necessary for migration to be an adaptation strategy to climate change that can ultimately strengthen resilience, so that migration is a choice not a necessity.

01/03/2022

This course will guide you through the different ways in which social protection can contribute to inclusive climate risk management. A strategy that addresses the needs of poor and vulnerable rural communities. The course offers data, examples and evidence to better understand how these two approaches can come together to support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

01/03/2022

This course is designed to improve understanding of Codex Alimentarius and develop sustainable national capacities to engage in and benefit from Codex work. It explains why Codex exists and why it is important. It provides a brief history of the establishment of the Codex Alimentarius Commission and introduces its mandate and legal basis, as well as the initial steps for becoming involved.

01/03/2022

This is the second of a series of two e-learning courses on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Nutrition. In this course, you will learn an approach to integrate nutrition into SME business models, in order to make food systems more nutrition-sensitive.