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    Nigeria: FAO Country Programming Framework (CPF) Federal Republic of Nigeria 2013-2017 2013
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    The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) which opened the Nigeria Representation Office in 1978 has been providing unabated support to the country in the formulation and implementation of policies, strategies, programmes and projects in food, agriculture and natural resources that aim to improve food security and nutrition in a broad-based, equitable and sustainable manner and reduce poverty. In providing this assistance, FAO has always focused on enhancing the livelihood of smallholders, who form the bulk of the rural poor, in a way that is technically, economically, socially and environmentally sustainable. FAO's current field programme in Nigeria is guided by the National Medium Term Priority Framework (renamed to Country Programming Framework, CPF) covering the programming cycle for 2009-2012. Because the programming cycle ended in December 2012, the Government of Nigeria formally requested FAO to initiate the preparation of another round of CPF that will further consolidate the achievement of the on-going Nigeria economic transformation agenda. This new CPF for Nigeria describes FAO’s medium term assistance priorities and results, derived from nationally defined priorities and objectives, to be achieved over the five-year period of the country’s programming cycle (2013-2017).
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    FAO Regional Priority Framework 2010-2019: Towards a food-secure Asia and the Pacific 2010
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    As embedded in its Constitution, FAO's mandate is to raise the level of nutrition and standard of living of the people, secure sustainable improvements in efficiency of production and distribution of food and agricultural products, improve the condition of the rural population, contribute to an expanding world economy and ensure humanity's sustainable freedom from hunger. In this context, the FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific set out to translate FAO's strategic objectives into five r egional priority issues which are (a) strengthening food and nutritional security, (b) fostering agricultural production and rural development, (c) enhancing equitable, productive and sustainable natural resource management and utilization, (d) improving capacity to respond to food and agricultural threats and emergencies and (e) coping with the impact of climate change on food and agriculture. This publication sets out the regional priorities for the region in detail to 2019 and the implementat ion strategy for achieving the results.
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    Country Programming Framework for Palestine 2023–2025 2023
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    Guided by FAO Strategic Framework 2022–2031, FAO Palestine seeks to contribute towards Agenda 2030 by developing healthy, sustainable, and inclusive food systems to achieve the 4-Betters - Better Production, Better Nutrition, Better Environment, and Better Life. This CPF outlines the priority areas for FAO’s partnership with the Government of Palestine (GoP) for 2023-2025. It is fully aligned with the national priorities as reflected in the National Agricultural Sector Strategy (NASS) and is fully consistent with the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2023-2025 (UNSDCF) for Palestine. The CPF will contribute to strengthening policies, institutions, and investments for agrifood systems transformation within the scope of the NASS and the National Policy Food and Nutrition Security Policy. CPF design follows a fourfold rationale: fostering transformative dynamics: fostering wellbeing-enhancing dynamics, and coping with wellbeing-deteriorating dynamics; promoting inclusiveness: in a context featuring many types of exclusions, leaving no one behind, primarily the most vulnerable groups. Ensuring sustainability in a context of limited and often overexploited natural resources; building resilience: in a fragile and protracted crisis context, any intervention must include a resilience-building component. The 11 result areas of the CPF are: supporting policies, and legal frameworks and enabling a business environment, increasing public investments in infrastructure, increasing private investments in sustainable innovations, improving employability and access to decent, green, and sustainable income opportunities, increase productivity, competitiveness, and sustainability of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises, startups and social enterprises, integrate climate resilience and environmental sustainability in gender-inclusive land tenure, spatial planning, strengthening systems, policies and plans for more sustainable management of conventional and non-conventional water resources, strengthening inclusive green and climate-smart agrifood systems through enhanced food safety systems, improving sustainable and resilient agriculture-based livelihoods of the most vulnerable, strengthening capacities of communities, local authorities and national government institutions in disaster preparedness and disaster risk reduction and management.

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