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Country Programming Framework for Bangladesh 2019–2020









FAO. 2020. Country Programming Framework for Bangladesh 2019–2020. Dhaka. 



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    In the past few years FAO Indonesia has been operating in a changing external and internal environment: (a) FAO has already established its Strategic Objectives, after a comprehensive reform process, taking a programmatic, decentralized and regional approach to dealing with the global challenges in supporting member countries in their efforts on food and nutrition security, climate change and shaping the overall future of agriculture; (b) Indonesia is a middle income developing country, reaching the Millennium Development Goal on hunger reduction achieving 6% average annual growth for the last 10 years; (c) traditional donors have also changed their approach and are considered as resource partners in accomplishing common interests and objectives with Government and the UN System; (d) Government of Indonesia has made efforts to set its objectives and show its commitment to implement South-South Cooperation. Being one of the most disaster prone countries on earth, Indonesia's natural env ironment, more specifically biodiversity, has come under pressure with visible effects of climate change being experienced. Food security has been high on the policy agenda; with 240 million mouths to feed with limited and already degraded natural resources. There is an obvious need for a strong partnership to match the priorities, resources and objectives of the government, resource partners and FAO to maximise our joint concerted efforts to support Indonesia and other countries in the region. During recent years FAO Programmes and projects in Indonesia have operated within this framework. Our contribution is focused more on technical support for policy advocacy, in addition to some disaster risk reduction and rehabilitation projects and the ECTAD (Emergency Centre for Transboundary Animal Diseases) and Emerging Pandemic Threats Programme and some FAO regional programmes and projects. FAO brings its long standing expertise and experience to provide technical support to the government through integrated programmes and projects, along with policy support guidelines and tools. Our joint country program with the Indonesian Government, currently called the National Medium Term Priority Framework will be renewed as the Country Programming Framework (CPF) next year. FAO Indonesia's contribution has been mainly in the form of technical cooperation for policy advocacy and emergency assistance with the involvement of our regional office and Headquarters. This booklet covers some of o ur activities within the changing environment and we hope it will be a useful reference on FAO Indonesia.
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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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