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FAO Investment Centre – 2021 at a glance








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    For almost 60 years, the FAO Investment Centre has helped countries make more and better agrifood investments to reduce poverty, hunger and malnutrition, improve rural livelihoods and protect the environment. This review looks at the centre’s achievements in 2021. Working in over 120 countries, the centre continued to provide a full suite of investment support. It acted as a bridge between member countries and financing partners to scale up investment for greater impact; support better enabling conditions for policy and investment; and integrate FAO’s vast knowledge and expertise into national investment planning. With ambitions of being the go-to place for sustainable agrifood investment and finance solutions for Member Nations and investors, the centre aims to intensify its country focus and outreach, strengthen, expand and diversify its partnerships and engage in more strategic collaboration across FAO.
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    FAO Investment Centre - 2023 at a glance 2024
    The world’s agrifood systems need to become greener, healthier, more inclusive and more resilient. Investment is critical to that transition. FAO, through its Investment Centre, works with partners to provide tailored, scalable investment and finance solutions to help countries achieve better, more sustainable outcomes. This latest edition of the FAO Investment Centre Annual Review looks at the Centre’s achievements in 2023 while also identifying priority areas for the coming years.
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    FAO Investment Centre - 2022 at a glance 2023
    FAO is committed to helping countries achieve a healthier, more sustainable future. That means finding the right combination of policies, innovations and public and private investment to help them realize the promise of the four betters – better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life for all.

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