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    North America Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance Adaptive Capacity Platform 2017
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    An increasingly variable climate poses unprecedented risks to the sustainability of North American agriculture. To mitigate these risks, a diverse group of agricultural leaders and organizations across the continent have joined together to form the North America Climate Smart Agriculture Alliance (NACSAA). NACSSA is a platform for inspiring, educating, and equipping agricultural partners to innovate effective local adaptations that sustain productivity, enhance climate resilience, and contribute to the local and global goals for sustainable development.
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    United States of America and FAO
    Enhancing Food Security. Ensuring Global Stability. Promoting Trade
    2019
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    FAO has been actively engaged in North America for more than 70 years through its Liaison Office in Washington D.C., working together with the United States of America (USA) to support and implement policies and programmes to end hunger and malnutrition worldwide. The USA has established itself as the largest contributor to FAO's budget — with almost US$ 290 million through assessed and voluntary contributions in 2018 alone — and a key partner collaborating with FAO across the food and agriculture sector, from global crop forecasting and food safety, to disaster assistance, economic sustainability of agriculture and resilience building.
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    Climate-Smart Agriculture in action: from concepts to investments
    Dedicated training for task managers of the Islamic Development Bank
    2019
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    In October 2019, the IsDB and FAO Regional Office for the Near East and North Africa partnered to deliver the first Regional Workshop on Climate-Smart Agriculture in the NENA region. The IsDB now aims to ensure that all their offices are aware of CSA and are able to make investments that meaningfully take CSA and its principles into account. In so doing, they aim to enhance the capacity of the agricultural systems to support food security, incorporating the need for adaptation and the potential for mitigation into sustainable agriculture development strategies. FAO is proud to bring the four-day training on CSA to the IsDB’s Staff: Climate-Smart Agriculture in action: from concepts to investments, to support the development of climate-smart agricultural investment projects in the IsDB’s focus countries, especially through its Climate Change and Agricultural policies. This training booklet contains core information from the training, including but not limited to: learning objectives, learning materials, and key CSA Sourcebook Chapters. The training booklet also provides useful links to additional learning resources, as well as key FAO publications for future reference.

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