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FAO Partnerships – Access to financial instruments (Rabobank case study)

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    A smooth logistics process is vital for any food supply chain. Developing the necessary technical knowledge, building capacity on logistics systems to ensure agile and eff ective supply chains, and improving preparedness to emergencies are all key success factors for actors who are committed to supporting rural livelihoods. To address these challenges, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Kühne Foundation partnered in 2014. Th e purpose of the collaboration was threefold: • to improve humanitarian logistics (the process of training, planning, implementing, and controlling the cost-effi cient fl ow and storage of goods and materials); • to enhance preparedness and logistics related to Level Th ree emergencies (where support is mobilized across the entire humanitarian system); and • to optimize food supply chains and food loss reduction, contributing to achieving the goals of FAO projects in food logistics and food loss and waste reduction.
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    In February 2018, FAO and Eni have joined forces to ensure local communities had access to safe and clean water, both for domestic use and irrigation purposes. The collaboration addresses the Nigerian Federal Government’s request to create sustainable intervention programmes that would support victims of insurgency in the North East region. Within the framework of “Access to Water” project, FAO helps identify areas of intervention and provides technical expertise to supervise the project, assisting the relevant ministries and agencies in the targeted areas. ENI drills the boreholes and equips them with photovoltaic power systems.
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    FAO Partnerships - Access to new technologies (Google case study)
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    The fact sheet reports on the joint activities that FAO has been carrying out with google to make geospatial surveillance and mapping tools more accessible, help countries tackle climate change with the latest technology, and build the capacity of experts working in the field of forestry policies and land use.

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