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  1. 1. WELCOME TOfor a worldWHAT EXACTLY AREFAO withoutWE DOING hunger HERE AT FAO, ANYWAY?THE FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
  2. 2. Eliminating Caring for Hunger Fighting the Earth Poverty …for a world without hunger?
  3. 3. Eliminating HOW DO WE GETCaring for Hunger THE JOB DONE? the Earth Fighting Poverty Putting Bringinginformation Sharing Providing a knowledgewithin reach policy meeting to the field expertise place for nations
  4. 4. Putting information within reach Statistics
  5. 5. Putting information within reach Flagship Publications StatisticsThe State of The State of The State of the The State of The State of Food Food and World Fisheries Worlds Forests Agricultural Insecurity in theAgriculture and Aquaculture (SOFO) Commodity World (SOFI) (SOFA) (SOFIA) Markets (SOCO)
  6. 6. Putting information within reach WWW.FAO.ORG Flagship PublicationsThe State of The State of The State of the The State of The State of Food Food and World Fisheries Worlds Forests Agricultural Insecurity in theAgriculture and Aquaculture (SOFO) Commodity World (SOFI) (SOFA) (SOFIA) Markets (SOCO)
  7. 7. Sharing Policy Putting information Expertise within reach WWW.FAO.ORGThe right policies create lasting solutions.
  8. 8. Sharing Policy Expertise The Right to FoodThe right policies create lasting solutions.
  9. 9. Sharing Policy ExpertiseGender in Agriculture The Right to Food
  10. 10. Providing aPolicy Sharing meeting Expertise place for nations Conventions & Agreements Gender in Agriculture Agreement on Port State International Treaty InternationalMeasures to Prevent, Deter and on Plant Genetic Plant ProtectionEliminate Illegal, Unreported and Resources for Food and Convention Unregulated Fishing (2009) Agriculture (2001) (1951)
  11. 11. Providing a meeting place for nations Conventions & Agreements Global plans of action Global Plan of Action for Global Plan of Action Several international plans ofplant Genetic resources for for Animal Genetic action contribute to the foodAgreement on Port State and agriculture Resources International Treaty Implementation of the Code of International Measures to Prevent, Deter and on Plant Genetic ConductProtection Plant for Responsible fisheries Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Resources for Food and Convention Unregulated Fishing (2009) Agriculture (2001) (1951)
  12. 12. Providing a meeting place for nations Global plans of action High-level summits Global Plan of Action for Global Plan of Action Several international plans ofplant Genetic resources for for Animal Genetic action contribute to the food and agriculture Resources Implementation of the Code of Conduct for Responsible fisheries
  13. 13. Bringing knowledge Providing a meeting place the nations to for fieldHigh-level summitsPests and diseases
  14. 14. Bringing knowledge to the fieldHumanitariandiseases Pests and emergencies
  15. 15. WHO’S IN Bringing knowledge to the field CHARGE?Humanitarian emergencies FAO’s Governing Bodies
  16. 16. FAO’s Governing BodiesFAO is an organization of countries FAO has 192 Member Nations in addition to the European Community
  17. 17. FAO’s Governing BodiesFAO is an organization of countries •Conference FAO has 192 •Council Member •FAO Committees Nations in •Regional addition to the Conferences European Community
  18. 18. WHERE FAO’s DOES THE Governing BodiesMONEY COME FROM? The FAO regular budget FAO is an organization of countriesfor the 2010 – 2011 biennium is just under US$1 billion. •Conference •Council •FAO Committees •Regional Conferences
  19. 19. WHERE DOES THEMONEY COME FROM? The FAO regular budget Voluntary contributions arefor the 2010 – 2011 biennium expected to reach is just under US$1 billionapproximately US$1.2 billion
  20. 20. WHERE DOES THE MONEY COME FROM?Regular Programme & extrabudgetary expenditure Voluntarytotal expenditure in 2010-11 as a share of contributions are expected to reach approximately US$1.2 billion
  21. 21. WHEREAROUND FAO DOES THE MONEY COME FROM? THE WORLD Regular Programme & extrabudgetary expenditure FAO Delegates expenditure in 2010-11 as a share of total FAO EmployeesEmployed by Member Countries Carry out the FAO Work Plan
  22. 22. FAO AROUND THE WORLD FAO Director-General FAO Delegates Jacques FAO Employees Diouf FAO Work PlanEmployed by Member Countries Carry out the
  23. 23. WHEREAROUND FAO DOES THEMONEY COME FROM? THE WORLD FAO Director-General More than 3 600 permanent Jacques at FAO staff work Diouf
  24. 24. WHEREAROUND FAO DOES THEMONEY COME FROM? THE WORLD FAO’s technical work is carried More than 3 600 permanent out through departments: staff work at FAO Agriculture and Consumer Protection Economic and Social Development Fisheries and Aquaculture Forestry Natural Resources and Environment Technical Cooperation Department
  25. 25. WHEREAROUND FAO DOES THEMONEY COME FROM? THE WORLD FAO’s 5 Regional Offices: technical work is carried out through departments:Santiago, Chile – Latin America and the Caribbean Accra, Ghana – Africa Agriculture and Consumer Protection Budapest, Hungary – Europe and Central Asia Economic and Social Development Fisheries and – Near East Cairo, Egypt Aquaculture Bangkok, Thailand – Asia and the Pacific Forestry Natural Resources and Environment Technical Cooperation Department
  26. 26. WHEREAROUND FAO DOES THEMONEY COME FROM? THE WORLD 5 Regional Offices: 13 Subregional OfficesSantiago, Chile – Latin America and the Caribbean 5 Liaison Offices Accra, Ghana – Africa Budapest,67 Country Offices Hungary – Europe and Central Asia Cairo, Egypt – Near East Bangkok, Thailand – Asia and the Pacific
  27. 27. FAO AROUND FAO IS CHANGING THE WORLDA 5-year Subregional Offices 13 programme of renewal 5 Liaison Offices 67 Country Offices
  28. 28. FAO IS CHANGING We’re speaking outA 5-year programme of renewal
  29. 29. FAO IS CHANGINGFAO Goodwill Ambassadors We’re speaking out
  30. 30. FAO IS CHANGINGWe’re expanding our communications FAO Goodwill Ambassadors
  31. 31. FAO IS CHANGING THANK YOUWe’re expanding our communications ANY QUESTIONS?

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