Thumbnail Image

FAO Viet Nam in action, 2023

Partnering for the transformation to more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifood systems








FAO. 2024. FAO Viet Nam in action, 2023 – Partnering for the transformation to more efficient, inclusive, resilient and sustainable agrifoodsystems. Hanoi.



Also available in:
No results found.

Related items

Showing items related by metadata.

  • Thumbnail Image
    Newsletter
    FAO Viet Nam Newsletter, 2nd semester 2023 – issue #20 2024
    Also available in:
    No results found.

    This issue of the FAO Viet Nam Newsletter highlights the Country Office's significant activities and achievements from July to December 2023. This issue contains stories on different topics such as FAO and COP28; Transforming Viet Nam's agrifood systems; World Food Day 2023; World Rabies Day 2023; The Smart Pathway to Sustainable Agriculture; Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance in Viet Nam; Anticipatory Action Protocol to deliver cash assistance; South-South Cooperation and International Rice Festival in Viet Nam.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Hand-in-Hand (HIH)
    Targeted investments for sustainable and at-scale agrifood aystems development
    2024
    Also available in:

    Hand-in-Hand (HIH) is a FAO flagship Initiative aimed at driving sustainable and at-scale agrifood systems development. As a country-owned and country-led initiative, it offers tailored support and data to governments, development partners, financial institutions, and investors to help them direct agrifood investments and policies towards creating resilient, sustainable, and productive agrifood systems. By leveraging a vast range of geospatial, biophysical, and socioeconomic data through its Agro-informatics Platform, HIH enables stakeholders to identify territories with the greatest potential for agrifood investments, therefore accelerating agrifood systems transformation. Through productive partnerships and effective programme governance, HIH facilitates the implementation of targeted investments and interventions in priority areas identified by member countries, fostering sustainable rural development and contributing to the eradication of poverty, hunger, and inequalities. The Initiative's unique approach, grounded in evidence-based decision-making and partnership building, makes it a valuable resource for national governments, multilateral development banks, donors, and the private sector, offering opportunities for impactful investments in agrifood systems development.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Brochure, flyer, fact-sheet
    Hand-in-Hand (HIH)
    Targeted investments for sustainable and at-scale agrifood systems development
    2024
    Also available in:

    Hand-in-Hand (HIH) is a FAO flagship Initiative aimed at driving sustainable and at-scale agrifood systems development. As a country-owned and country-led initiative, it offers tailored support and data to governments, development partners, financial institutions, and investors to help them direct agrifood investments and policies towards creating resilient, sustainable, and productive agrifood systems. By leveraging a vast range of geospatial, biophysical, and socioeconomic data through its Agro-informatics Platform, HIH enables stakeholders to identify territories with the greatest potential for agrifood investments, therefore accelerating agrifood systems transformation. Through productive partnerships and effective programme governance, HIH facilitates the implementation of targeted investments and interventions in priority areas identified by member countries, fostering sustainable rural development and contributing to the eradication of poverty, hunger, and inequalities. The Initiative's unique approach, grounded in evidence-based decision-making and partnership building, makes it a valuable resource for national governments, multilateral development banks, donors, and the private sector, offering opportunities for impactful investments in agrifood systems development.

Users also downloaded

Showing related downloaded files

No results found.