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SCALA private sector engagement strategy

Scaling up Climate Ambition on Land Use and Agriculture (SCALA)










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    Private sector mapping, outreach, and engagement in climate-responsive agrifood systems
    SCALA private sector engagement guidance series, March 2023
    2023
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    Agrifood companies and the private sector are vital partners in addressing global climate change. The Scaling up Climate Ambition on Land Use and Agriculture through nationally determined contributions (NDCs) and National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) (SCALA) programme recognizes their unique role in driving innovation and investment for transformative climate action in agriculture and land use. The SCALA private sector engagement guidance series aims to support SCALA-supported countries in their efforts to engage with the private sector for the implementation of their national climate plans. The first addition to this series is the "Private sector mapping, outreach, and engagement in climate-responsive agrifood systems" guidance. This guidance outlines a three-step process for collaboration between the public and private sectors to drive NAPs and NDCs implementation. It explains how to identify relevant private sector actors, prioritize them based on climate relevance and potential contributions, and engage them strategically in joint climate action. By utilising this guidance, countries can enhance private sector engagement, foster partnerships, and drive climate actions in the agrifood sectors.
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    Annual report on private sector engagement 2021 2022
    Engagement with the private sector represents an opportunity for FAO to more efficiently deliver on its mandate, advance on the path to achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda, and ensure better production, better nutrition, a better environment and a better life, leaving no one behind. This report covers the first year of implementation of FAO’s Strategy for Private Sector Engagement 2021-2025. It looks at the progress made since the strategy was approved during the 165th session of the FAO Council in December 2020, documenting changes in approaches to private sector engagement, key achievements and lessons learned, and outlines major priorities for private sector engagement in the year to come.
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    FAO Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sector 2013
    FAO Strategy for Partnerships with the Private Sectorhas been prepared in response to the comments of the Programme and Finance Committee, and is aligned with ongoing efforts for decentralization, the review of FAO’s Strategic Framework and the Organization-wide Strategy on Partnerships, within the context of the Director-General’s overall vision for transformational change of the Organization. The revised Strategy has been informed by an extensive internal consultation with Members and FAO’s se nior management, as well as with representatives of multinational corporations (MNCs), private foundations and industry representative bodies. FAO recognizes that the private sector is a key stakeholder in the fight against food insecurity, malnutrition and rural poverty, and acknowledges the potential that better coordination and collaboration between the public and private sectors can offer in the delivery of the Organization’s Strategic Objectives. The Organization, therefore, takes an open a nd pro-active approach to optimizing the benefits of closer collaboration. In this regard, FAO will consider engaging with all private sector entities, including small and medium enterprises (SMEs), cooperatives and producers’ organizations, local companies through to MNCs. This Strategy has been elaborated on the following premises: i) given the intrinsic nature of its membership and governance, the main interlocutors of FAO are the Members; and ii) the basic texts, rules, procedures or composi tion of FAO’s governing bodies will not be affected by this strategy.

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