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    Oman: FAO Country Programming Framework for the Sultanate of Oman (2013-2015) 2014
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    This Country Programming Framework (CPF) sets out four priority areas to guide FAO partnership with the Government of Oman - bringing together innovative international best practices and global standards with national and regional expertise during three years from 2013 to 2015. This document contains areas and activities for FAO’s technical assistance in support of the attainment of Oman’s agriculture, fisheries, natural resources and rural development related objectives including food and nutri tion security, gender and capacity development. The CPF is jointly owned and led by the Sultanate of Oman through the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MOAF) and FAO. It is therefore framed within and governed by the national medium-term development priorities articulated in Oman Strategy Vision 2020 and stipulated in the eighth Five Year Development Plan 2010-2015 that set out the priority policies and investments for achieving growth, employment and prosperity. The CPF was prepared follow ing extensive consultation with different stakeholders including government, private sector and civil society organizations. The CPF priority areas are consistent with FAO’s strategic framework and aligned with the FAO’s sub-regional and regional priorities.
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    Qatar: Country Programming Framework (CPF) for the State of Qatar. Light CPF (2013-2016) 2013
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    The Country Programming Framework (CPF) is a framework for agreed priorities in the co-operation between the State of Qatar and FAO. It is a planning and management tool for FAO to prioritize, guide and manage its assistance at the country level in a coherent, comprehensive and structured manner for a period of four years (2013-2016). It is anticipated that this framework shall remain relevant until the closure of 2016; however being a living document it can be updated whenever warranted as a result of implementation and/or emergence of pressing issues. This document contains a set of priority areas and activities for FAO’s assistance in support of the attainment of Qatar’s policy objectives related to agriculture, fisheries, natural resources, food safety and food and nutrition security, including gender and capacity development. The CPF is jointly owned and led by the State of Qatar through the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and FAO. It is therefore, framed within and governed by the national medium-term development priorities articulated in Qatar Development Strategies and Plans that set out the priority policies and investments of Government for achieving economic growth and prosperity. In addition, prioritization also benefited from review of the FAO Strategic Framework 2010-2019, World Food Summit Plan of Action 1996, and both the FAO Regional Priorities for the Near East and the Sub-regional Priorities for the GCC States and Yemen.
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    Bahrain: FAO Country Programming Framework for the Kingdom of Bahrain. Light CPF (2013-2016) 2013
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    The Country Programming Framework (CPF) is a framework for agreed priorities in the co-operation between the Kingdom of Bahrain and FAO. It is a planning and management tool for FAO to prioritize, guide and manage its assistance at the country level in a coherent and structured manner for a period of five years (2013-2016). It is a living document that can be updated whenever warranted as a result of implementation and/or emergence of pressing issues. This document contains a set of priority are as and activities for FAO’s assistance in support of the attainment of Bahrain’s agriculture, fisheries, natural resources, food safety and food and nutrition security policy related objectives including gender and capacity building. It also describes the types of interventions/outputs needed to achieve these objectives. The CPF is jointly owned and led by the Kingdom of Bahrain through the Ministry of Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning (MMAUP) and FAO. It is therefore framed within and g overned by the national medium-term development priorities articulated in the Kingdom’s Strategies and Plans that set out the priority policies and investments of Government for achieving growth, employment and prosperity; and also draws on the current strong drive reflected in Bahrain First Lady’s “National Initiative for Agriculture Development”.

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