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Core Functions of the FAO Country Programming Framework in Ethiopia, Sub-Regional Office for Eastern Africa (SFE)








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    Ethiopia: Food and Agriculture Organization Ethiopia Country Programming Framework 2012-2015 (CPF). Revised Document
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    2014
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    FAO has been working closely with the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) and other development partners in the fight against poverty in the country. More specifically, FAO has been supporting the Government’s efforts at combating hunger and malnutrition and will continue to provide such assistance with a view to achieving the primary goal of freeing Ethiopia from such food-related problems. FAO’s work is aimed at creating a situation where agriculture significantly contributes to the improveme nt of the livelihood of farmers, in general, and the living conditions of the poorest small holder farmers, women, children, youth and other marginalized segments of the society, in particular. FAO maintains the view that the agriculture sector can and should be used in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner to help improve the life of such vulnerable groups. The value of the present Country Programming Framework (CPF) document, which is coauthored by FAO and the GoE, lies in its role in sharpening FAO’s focus and guiding its efforts for the next four years (2012-2015).
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    Mozambique: FAO Country Programming Framework – Within the UN Delivering as One – Mozambique 2012-2015 2014
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    This Country Programming Framework (CPF) defines the medium-term priorities of FAO in support of the program of the Government of Mozambique (GoM) for 2012-2015. The CPF responds to the strategic objectives of FAO and emphasizes its catalytic role in developing sustainable capacity to improve food and nutrition security at country level. It also opens the way to enhance partnerships with government institutions and other stakeholders, particularly the UN agencies.
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    Country Programming Framework for Bangladesh 2019–2020 2020
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    The Country Programming Framework (CPF) 2019–2020 is a central strategic document that defines the Food and Agriculture Organization’s priorities, key areas of technical cooperation, and medium-term country-level programming in support of the Government of Bangladesh. The CPF 2019–2020 has three priority areas or ‘pillars’. Each is aligned with the Government’s development priorities and FAO’s strategic objectives. They contribute towards achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The three priority areas are: 1. Healthy, safe, and nutritious food 2. Sustainability of productive ecosystems 3. Resilient and inclusive agri-economic growth As a long-term partner of Bangladesh, providing responsive support for more than 40 years, FAO has helped the country transform its agricultural sector into the success it is today. FAO’s technical expertise across multiple sectors (crops, fisheries, forestry, and livestock) means that we are uniquely positioned to make an impact and meet current and future challenges. This document sets out how FAO will leverage its resources, knowledge, expertise, experience, and innovation over the current two-year period. In order to maximise its impact, FAO will transition further to a programmatic approach that will optimise its technical expertise and financial resources across projects and sectors. FAO will find integrated solutions with its partners and increase collaboration with other UN organizations, notably the World Food Programme and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.

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