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    Turkey: FAO Country Programming Framework for Turkey 2016-2020 2016
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    This CPF sets out three government priority areas to guide FAO’s partnership and support to the Government of Turkey (GoT), bringing together innovative international best practices and global standards with national and regional expertise during the five-year period from 2016-2020. The CPF was prepared through a participatory and iterative process in close and direct cooperation with relevant ministries and national institutions as well as development partners including the Ministry of Food, Ag riculture and Livestock (MFAL), Ministry of Forestry and Water Affairs (MFWA) and Ministry of Development (MoD) of the Republic of Turkey.

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    LAO PDR: FAO Country Programming Framework for LAO PDR 2013-2015 2013
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    The Country Programming Framework (CPF) is the tool used by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to define its medium-term response to the assistance needs of member countries in pursuit of national development objectives that are consistent with the FAO Strategic Framework and Regional Priorities, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and other Internationally Agreed Development Goals (IADGs) and strategic objectives of the United Nations Development Assistance Fr amework (UNDAF). It replaces the National Medium-term Priority Framework (NMTPF) as the FAO planning instrument. The CPF for the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) outlines the joint Government of Lao PDR (GOL) and FAO medium-term priorities for FAO’s technical assistance over the period 2013-2015. It was formulated by a joint national and international team through a process of literature review, semi-structured interviews with key resource persons from GOL, FAO, other UN agencies, othe r development partners and civil society. Successive drafts of the document have benefited from the comments of GOL and FAO’s national, regional and headquarters offices.

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    Zimbabwe: Country Programming Framework for Zimbabwe 2016-2020 2016
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    The CPF 2016-2020 is aligned to the Government of Zimbabwe’s (GoZ) priorities which are aimed at providing an enabling environment for sustainable economic empowerment and social transformation. The key priority pillars for attaining this are: i) Food Security and Nutrition, ii) Social Services and Poverty Eradication, iii) Infrastructure and Utilities and iv) Value Addition and Beneficiation. The priorities are outlined in the Zimbabwe Accelerated Economic Recovery and Growth (2016-2018) docume nt of December 2015, which is a mid-term review of the Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset) 2013-2018.

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