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Diciembre 2010
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FAODOCREP:10935007-bba2-5082-9c4e-10b7866e33f9
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30
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Reviews FAO Regional Office for Africa’s activities in 2010, with focus on, among others, the following: Regional Conference for Africa held in Angola, CAADP, climate change, agriculture data tool kit on gender, forestry management, country assistance programmes and activities in South Africa, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Liberia, Uganda and Ethiopia.

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Regional Office for Africa
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The Regional Office for Africa advocates for strong regional partnerships and timely Country Office support.


The substantive technical work of the Regional Office focuses on co-ordinating normative work and its policy dimensions and leadership of the regional dimension of the Organization’s technical networks.


Three main areas characterize the African regional dimension: priority setting and strategic planning, partnership development, and resource mobilization.


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FAO logo

The Regional Office for Africa advocates for strong regional partnerships and timely Country Office support.


The substantive technical work of the Regional Office focuses on co-ordinating normative work and its policy dimensions and leadership of the regional dimension of the Organization’s technical networks.


Three main areas characterize the African regional dimension: priority setting and strategic planning, partnership development, and resource mobilization.


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