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A Guide to the formulation of the Country Programming Framework (CPF)





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    Barbados: Country Programming Framework (CPF). Government of Barbados and Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2012-2016 2012
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    These objectives are expected to reposition the sector in order to generate positive impacts in the following areas. Firstly, enhance the sustainability of agricultural production through the expansion of food production for domestic consumption and exports, with a focus on increasing the share of value-added goods.Secondly, strengthen systems for enabling an acceptable level of food security and food safety. Thirdly, strengthening of the domestic and export marketing infrastructure, in order to increase exports to traditional and non-traditional markets, facilitate import substitution; and expand the sharing of information pertaining to all aspects of marketing intelligence and production with the farming community. Fourthly, facilitate an enhanced level of participation in agricultural production, by facilitating access to land, water, capital and other inputs. Fifthly, enhance the management, development and efficient distribution of water to commercial farmers, including those bene fitting from access to subsidized irrigation through the rural development program managed by the Barbados Agricultural Development and Management Corporation (BADMC) and farmers utilizing supplies provided by the Barbados Water Authority.
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    People's Republic of China: Country Programming Framework 2012-2015 for People's Republic of China 2012
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    The CPF reviews existing Chinese Government priorities vis-à-vis past and ongoing FAO interventions to identify the gaps in and future potential for FAO assistance. The CPF provides a framework mechanism and evaluation modality for both the Government of China and the FAO to build on their successful working relationship to date and to further develop and harness this cooperative effort to ensure that the Chinese agricultural sector reaps the maximum potential benefits from this cooperative rela tionship. The CPF also provides FAO, other UN agencies and international development partners with guidance on FAO‟s agreed priorities with the Government in support of China‟s agricultural and rural development. The CPF also serves as a basis for universities, private enterprises, cooperatives, rural communities and farmers to effectively understand and develop working relationships and cooperation activities though the CPF process. The CPF is a living document, the contents of which will be ad justed over time taking into consideration the changing circumstances and needs of the country. The implementation of the CPF 2012-2015 will be pursued in partnerships as broad as possible and in alignment with the joint efforts of the Government of China and FAO/external development partners for enhanced coordination and aid effectiveness.

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