Transparency and accountability are key to ensuring efficiency and maximizing impact of FAO’s efforts to eradicate hunger and ensure global food security. By making our voluntary contributions data more available and accessible, we aim to provide a comprehensive picture of how and where resources are used, and the results we’ve achieved with the support of our Members and partners. Use the information in this portal to discover how FAO is working to create more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems which leave no one behind.


Helping to deliver results for our Members across 194 countries

Project Dashboard

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Project Dashboard

Explore dynamic information on FAO’s work around the world. View and analyze project data by location, recipient, resource partner, OECD sector, SDG, and the Four Betters of FAO’s Strategic Framework.

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Voluntary contributions provided by Members and other resource partners help to support FAO’s work to create a world without hunger and poverty. View funding overviews by year and explore where the money goes.

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Browse the Annual Funding Overview
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View voluntary contributions to FAO for the current year, up to the latest completed month.

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Technical Cooperation Programme

The Technical Cooperation Programme (TCP) allows FAO to draw from its own regular programme resources and respond to countries’ most pressing needs for technical assistance.

Evaluation at FAO

Evaluations in FAO help us deliver results for achieving a world without hunger and poverty by fostering evidence-based decision-making.

Click here to see the Completed Evaluations
Audit and Investigations

The Office of the Inspector General provides independent oversight of FAO’s programmes and operations, through internal audit and investigations.

Click here for direct link to Documents and Reports
AIDmonitor

AIDmonitor gathers information from the OECD DAC and offers a platform to analyze Official Development Assistance (ODA) flows and climate-related development finance with a focus on agrifood systems. It helps users determine priorities for assistance and formulate resource mobilization strategies.

As part of FAO’s commitment to transparency in the implementation of its programmes, contributing to improved accountability, coordination and effectiveness of our work towards the 2030 Agenda,  FAO joined IATI, the International Aid Transparency Initiative, originally launched in 2008 at the High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness in Accra. IATI was designed with the aim to publicly disclose information on development expenditures and meet the needs of all stakeholders for information on where, when, by whom, how and on what development funds are spent. 

Since May 2017, FAO publishes IATI data on a quarterly basis for all Trust Fund and TCP projects to IATI Data Registry. The FAO IATI data has been used to inform the Project Dashboard.