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FAO Yemen Communication Strategy and Work Plan for 2022

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    FAO Yemen Communication Strategy and Workplan for 2023 2023
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    The FAO Country Representation in Yemen provides assistance to farmers, herders and fishers in the overall improvement of agricultural production and productivity. Communication plays a vital role, giving publicity to FAO’s work in Yemen and stimulating support for the Organization's initiatives through flexible, strategic and targeted communication work.
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    Ten years of FAO experience on ending child labour in agriculture in Africa
    A compendium of practices from Malawi, Mali, the Niger, the United Republic of Tanzania and Uganda
    2022
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    This compendium is the result of a first-of-its-kind stocktaking exercise looking at FAO activities to address child labour in agriculture in Malawi, Mali, Uganda, the Niger and the United Republic of Tanzania over a decade (2010–2020). It is intended to make a practical contribution to the field of child labour elimination in agriculture, by shedding a light on some of the FAO-supported activities, country processes and practices as well as achievements, and lessons learned. As such, it highlights the general main lessons learned and key messages, outlines and provide details on country processes and related outcomes and achievements on knowledge generation, capacity development, awareness raising, policy advice and promotion of advocacy and partnerships. The contents on these FAO strategies for the elimination of child labour in agriculture are complemented by examples of areas of work such as promoting safe practices and labour-saving technologies and empowering and building the skills of youth aged 15–17 by facilitating school-to-work transition in agriculture.
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    Behaviour Change Communication Strategy for Food Security and Agriculture Productivity Project: “You are what you eat!” 2022
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    The BCC strategy document contains a collection of communication processes and strategies used in programming to influence social change and individual behaviour. The strategies outlined in the document focuses on messages including a set of technical themes linking nutrition, health, food safety, dietary diversity, and production innovations within a food systems approach, where different activities and products are correlated and allow building up of basic to technical knowledge and practice. The strategy document, which is presented in a theme-based booklet, is prepared for community resource persons and agriculture extension officers to equip them in bringing about desired changes in knowledge, attitudes, and practices of farmers in terms of crop production and consumption behaviours via sensitisation/training of producing and consuming nutrient dense crops at individual, household and community level. The BCC efforts follow the strategic objectives delineated in the National Food and Nutrition Security Strategy, Bhutan. The key messages, therefore, have been developed to improve the identified behaviours in order to achieve the strategic objectives of the National Food and Nutrition Security Strategy. The messages will be disseminated to the right target audiences through a multipronged communication approach to facilitate behaviour changes.

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