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    In 2022, Latin American and Caribbean countries proved that even during one of the most demanding periods in recent history, it is possible to drive better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life, leaving no one behind. The results included in this document are important but partial examples of our work. Despite this complex situation, the Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) proved to be up to the task, responding optimally and delivering extraordinary results based on the new FAO strategic framework and the priorities established in early 2022 by the 33 Member States during the 36th FAO Regional Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean held in Quito, Ecuador. This report presents a detailed list of the projects and initiatives carried out in 2022, as well as the documents published during this period based on the four “betters” promoted by FAO, which account for the progress made in our region to achieve better production, better nutrition, a better environment, and a better life, leaving no one behind.
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    FAO’s work in Europe and Central Asia and throughout the world is guided by the FAO Strategic Framework, reviewed every four years. In its support for the 2030 Agenda and its drive for a transformation to more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems, the new FAO Strategic Framework 2022–2031 focuses on what are called the four betters – a set of goals that, when implemented, will help ensure that no one is left behind. In each of the FAO programme countries and territories in Europe and Central Asia, the Organization and its many partners achieved great success in 2021 in advancing towards the four betters – better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life. This report provides a snapshot of these important efforts and achievements.
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    FAO Gender Regional Strategy for Latin America and the Caribbean 2019–2023
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    The Gender Strategy proposes to deepen the analysis of the initiatives that achieve changes and - structural transformations - of the unequal relations, emphasizing in the monitoring of the SDGs and the indicators under the mandate of the FAO. Furthermore, the strategy must respond to the challenges of the current context, some of which are in the order of the slowdown in economic growth, the increase in poverty and hunger, demographic changes and in the composition and structure of families and the exhaustion of the current development model, characterized by the increase of inequalities and environmental crises.

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