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Our Priorities: The FAO Strategic Objectives


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    Poster, banner
    FAO Strategic Objectives Poster (EN) 2016
    This A3 sized poster presents the five strategic objectives and programmes along with an explanation of the sixth objective, core functions and cross-cutting themes.
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    Final evaluation of the Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme 2016
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    This final evaluation (FE) of the Improved Global Governance for Hunger Reduction Programme (IGGHRP) fulfils two main purposes: (i) to ensure accountability towards the Programme Steering Committee and partners, and (ii) to share lessons learned for future EU/FAO/WFP/IFAD collaboration, FAO Strategic Planning and the diverse actors involved with the current programme. The programme was developed building on key lessons learned from previous and ongoing initiatives related to food security and n utrition, many of which were funded by the EU1. One main motivation on the part of the stakeholders was to move from a range of discrete projects to one larger and more strategic global programme aiming at improving food security and nutrition. The programme was to be embedded into FAO Strategic Framework, encouraging interdisciplinary work between divisions and strengthening linkages between FAO’s normative and operational work. This would allow for greater collaboration among the Rome-based ag encies and provide a platform for mainstreaming key cross-cutting issues such as gender and nutrition. The specific objective of the programme, in line with EU priorities and the FAO revised Strategic Framework (2010-2019)2, is “better coordinated and informed food security and nutrition governance at global, regional and national levels”. It is delivered through four interdependent Outcomes: • Outcome 1: Strengthen CFS functioning in accordance with its renewed mandate; • Outcome 2: Improve met hods, capacities and coordination for better information on food security and nutrition for decision-making • Outcome 3: Improve guidance, capacities and coordination for food security and nutrition policy and programme design and implementation • Outcome 4: Strengthen human and organizational capacities in the food security and nutrition domain
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    Overview of FAO’s Strategic Objective Programmes
    Web Annex 1
    This note sets out the design of FAO’s results framework, shows the alignment of the Strategic Objectives and their programmes to the Sustainable Development Goals, and provides an overview of the Strategic Programmes including context, theory of change, and the related Outcomes and Outputs to be achieved by FAO and Members. FAO’s results framework is based on a ‘results chain’ model which links objectives, outcomes and outputs. The FAO results framework guides the planning and monitoring of the Organization’s work. The framework has been designed from the top down by the design of Outcomes needed to achieve each Strategic Objective, and Outputs to attain each Outcome. The links as they relate to delivery of results are planned and implemented from the bottom up, determined by priorities at national and regional level. At the core of the framework are the indicators that measure progress at each level of the results chain, providing the basis for assessing and reporting how FAO’s actions contribute to changes at national, regional and global level.

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