Thumbnail Image

Programme Guidelines for Projects under the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme









Also available in:
No results found.

Related items

Showing items related by metadata.

  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    FAO – China South-South Cooperation Programme 2015
    Also available in:

    The People’s Republic of China has been actively involved in and largely contributed to FAO South-South Cooperation (SSC) Programme since its launch in 1996. Its achievements were highly praised by FAO and the host countries’ governments. China has become the major participator, supporter and promoter of the SSC Programme. Since 1996, through the FAO-China SSC Programme, China has deployed 1 023 experts and technicians in 25 countries and regions (56 percent of the total FAO SSC experts) of Afri ca, Asia, the South Pacific, Latin America, and the Caribbean (as of end April 2015). These experts and technicians provided a large contribution in the technical areas of irrigation, horticulture, livestock, agriculture, crop production, agroforestry, agricultural mechanization, food processing, marketing of agricultural products, agricultural machinery manufacturing and others.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Inspiration, inclusion and innovation: FAO–China South–South Cooperation Programme (2009-2019) 2019
    Also available in:

    The People’s Republic of China (China) has been one of FAO’s main partners in the promotion of South-South and triangular cooperation. In terms of cooperation among developing countries, China upholds the principles of equality and mutual trust, building equal partnerships with parity of ownership and responsibility, mutual benefit and win–win cooperation, which are highly valued by FAO. Together, FAO and China offer considerable development knowledge and solutions that are relevant to South-South exchanges. After more than two decades of increasing collaboration in supporting flows of technical assistance between developing countries, FAO and China established in 2009 the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme, supported by a Chinese Trust Fund of USD 80 million. This brochure reviews the Programme’s activities and achievements over the last ten years, lessons learned and prospects for the way forward. It highlights and illustrates the Programme’s distinctive features, particularly its inspiring, inclusive and innovative modalities of cooperation. Its multi-stakeholder approach brings together farmers’ cooperatives and associations, the private sector, academia and triangular partners, among other key actors. In this context, the Programme provides a platform for insights and perspectives of all development actors through its national, regional, interregional and global projects focusing on sustainable agricultural production, productivity and farmers’ livelihoods. The Programme is majorly contributing to the realization of Sustainable Development Goal 1: No poverty in all its forms everywhere; and Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Book (stand-alone)
    Inspiration, inclusion and innovation: FAO–China South–South Cooperation Programme (2009-2019) 2019
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    The People’s Republic of China (China) has been one of FAO’s main partners in the promotion of South-South and triangular cooperation. In terms of cooperation among developing countries, China upholds the principles of equality and mutual trust, building equal partnerships with parity of ownership and responsibility, mutual benefit and win–win cooperation, which are highly valued by FAO. Together, FAO and China offer considerable development knowledge and solutions that are relevant to South-South exchanges. After more than two decades of increasing collaboration in supporting flows of technical assistance between developing countries, FAO and China established in 2009 the FAO-China South-South Cooperation Programme, supported by a Chinese Trust Fund of USD 80 million. This report reviews the Programme’s activities and achievements over the last ten years, lessons learned and prospects for the way forward. It highlights and illustrates the Programme’s distinctive features, particularly its inspiring, inclusive and innovative modalities of cooperation. Its multi-stakeholder approach brings together farmers’ cooperatives and associations, the private sector, academia and triangular partners, among other key actors. In this context, the Programme provides a platform for insights and perspectives of all development actors through its national, regional, interregional and global projects focusing on sustainable agricultural production, productivity and farmers’ livelihoods. The Programme is majorly contributing to the realization of Sustainable Development Goal 1: No poverty in all its forms everywhere; and Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture.

Users also downloaded

Showing related downloaded files

No results found.