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Framework Document. Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA)

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    Inception Year Work Plan: January to December, 2015. Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA)
    GACSA Series Document 6 (GACSA6)
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    To enable people to achieve food security and for food producers to improve their livelihoods, there is a need for sustainable increases in agricultural productivity; for reducing food losses and waste; for all food systems to be more resilient and able to adapt to climate change; and for enabling agriculture to contribute to the reduction and removal of greenhouse gas emissions, where possible. Members of the Alliance recognize the urgent need to act at scale and to contribute towards three asp irational outcomes: i. Sustainable and equitable increases in agricultural productivity and incomes;ii. Greater resilience of food systems and farming livelihoods; andiii. Reduction and/or removal of greenhouse gas emissions associated with agriculture (including the relationship between agriculture and ecosystems), where possible.
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    Terms of Reference of the Facilitation Unit (FU). Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA). Addendum to the Framework Document (GASCA 1)
    GACSA Series Document 4 (GACSA4)
    2015
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    The Facilitation Unit (FU) will serve as the secretariat for the Alliance and will help Alliance members take action to deliver the Alliance’s aspirational outcomes. For guidance and programmatic and budget planning purposes, the FU will report to the co-Chairs of the Strategic Committee (SC) of the Alliance, while complying to the administrative processes of its hosting organization, FAO, under the supervision of the FAO Deputy Director General, Coordinator for Natural Resources. Functions and activities of the Unit will be scaled in accordance with available funding and in-kind support provided by Members (including secondments). Any needed adjustments to these TORs will be made by written agreement with the Strategic Committee.
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    International Workshop of the Knowledge Action Group. Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA)
    15 March 2015. Agropolis International, Montpellier
    2015
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    The Knowledge Action Group (KAG) of the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA) is one of the three action groups supported by the Alliance. The functions of the KAG are: Increasing and promoting knowledge, research and development into technologies, practices, and policy approaches for climate-smart agriculture; practices and technology sharing and cooperation; improving communication and information sharing among participants; and outreach, extension, and technical assistance.

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