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Programme Highlights Report 2022








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    FAO Action Plan 2022–2025 for the implementation of the FAO Strategy on Climate Change 2023
    The elements of the Action Plan are derived from the Theory of Change anchored in the Strategy. The Action Plan is therefore articulated around the three pillars and six outcomes of the Strategy. In addition, and with the aim to provide more clarity, action areas have been introduced to cluster the outputs, which are concrete results contributing to each outcome of the Strategy. The outputs are formulated based on the FAO actions listed in section IV “Three pillars for enhanced action” of the Strategy. In the following matrix of outcomes and outputs, each output is cross-referenced with the relevant PPAs and SDG targets it contributes to achieve, in line with the FAO Strategic Framework. Similarly, each action area is being monitored by an indicator from the updated results framework 2022–2025. These indicators have been selected according to their linkage to the action area to best illustrate the contribution of the Action Plan to the implementation of the Strategic Framework. Based on the nature of the action area (technical vs functional), these indicators are either key performance indicators (KPIs) or output indicators from the PPAs.
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    Highlights of FAO’s Programme in the Pacific Islands, 2018–2022 2023
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    This publication provides a summary of the Food and Agriculture Organization's (FAO) activities and accomplishments in the Pacific Islands region between 2018 and 2022. FAO's Pacific Multicountry Programming Framework 2018-2022 has guided the work in the region through three key outputs aimed at promoting sustainable agriculture and food security while aligning with the UN's sustainable development agenda. Countries’ efforts have included promoting local food production, climate and disaster resilience, healthy diets, and gender equity in the agriculture sector. Results were also achieved by improving coastal fisheries, creating business and marketing opportunities for small-scale farmers, and strengthening national capacities for data collection and analysis. This publication serves as a reflection of past achievements and a call for continued collaboration in the years to come.
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    FAO in Africa: Highlights in 2022 2023
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    The FAO in Africa: Impacts in 2022 report presents a summary of the main priorities, developments and results achieved by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) in the Africa region in 2022. FAO in Africa: Impacts in 2022 is organized according to the four betters identified in FAO’s Strategic Framework 2022–2031. The framework seeks to support the 2030 Agenda through the transformation to more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems for better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life, leaving no one behind. This report shows real progress is being made in Africa. However, there is still much work to do. In 2022, FAO commits to continuing to work with our partners to support countries towards achieving better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life, leaving no one behind.

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