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Viet Nam: Country Programming Framework (CPF) for Viet Nam 2017-2021








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    Viet Nam: Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2012-2016 for the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam and Food And Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations 2013
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    The objective of the CPF is to identify priority areas for FAO’s support and formulate the implementation plan for the 2012-2016 period. FAO’s priority areas are selected based on Viet Nam’s Socio-Economic Development Strategy (2010-19), strategic development plans of agriculture, forestry and fishery in Viet Nam and the strengths and experience of FAO Viet Nam. It is also an in-depth and comprehensive document complementing FAO’s contribution to the joint UN effort in Viet Nam through the One P lan and its Results Matrix, including the relevant normative activities that may not be completely included in One Plan 2012-16 for being agency-specific. Although FAO participates in the One Plan 2012-2016, the CPF document will cover FAO’s cooperation with the Government of Viet Nam as a whole.
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    India: Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2016 - 2017 2016
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    FAO’s programme in India is primarily guided by GOI priorities and further shaped by FAO’s corporate priorities that play a catalytic role in supporting India to: (i) reduce rural poverty; (ii) promote inclusive and efficient agricultural and food systems; (iii) eradicate hunger, food insecurity and malnutrition; (iv) provide goods and services from agriculture, forestry, and fisheries in a sustainable manner; (v) increase resilience; and (vi) provision of global goods. In doing so, FAO will als o address cross-cutting issues such as gender and climate change. These priorities are further consolidated by the five priorities of the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific: (a) strengthen food and nutritional security, (b) foster agricultural production and rural development, (c) enhance equitable, productive and sustainable natural resource management and utilization, (d) improve capacity to respond to food and agricultural threats and emergencies, and (e) coping with the impact of c limate change on food and agriculture.
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    Eritrea: FAO Country Programming Framework 2017-2021 2016
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    This Country Programming Framework (CPF) sets out three government priority areas to guide FAO’s partnership with and support to the Government of the State of Eritrea– bringing together innovative international best practices and global standards with national and regional expertise for the period 2017 to 2021.

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