International Federation of Agricultural Producers (IFAP)

Fédération internationale des producteurs agricoles (FIPA)
Federación Internacional de Productores Agropecuarios

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Founded

1946-05 London UK

History

May 1946, London (UK), at conference called by British farmers' organizations; formally established at 1st General Meeting, 1947, Scheveningen (Netherlands). Originally also referred to in Spanish as Federación Internacional de Productores Agricolas. Registered in accordance with laws of USA and France. Dissolved by court judgement, 4 Nov 2010.

Aims

Represent internationally the interests of family farmers, by laying coordinated views of national member organizations before any appropriate international body; improve the economic and social status of all who live by and on the land; ensure the security of the world's food supply; promote creation and strengthening of independent farmers' organizations in every country; exchange information and ideas and help develop understanding of world problems and their effects upon agricultural producers; encourage efficiency of production, processing and marketing of agricultural commodities.

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Structure

World Conference (every 2 years) comprising up to 10 delegates of each member country. Executive Committee, comprising representatives of 25-33% of total membership, currently 25 members. Officers: President; 3 Vice-Presidents; Treasurer.

Specialized Committees:

  • 'Standing Committees' (4) - Women Farmers; Young Farmers; Cooperatives; Development Cooperation.
  • 'Commodity Groups' (5) - Grains and Oilseeds; Sugar; Tropical Commodities (cocoa, coffee and cotton); Dairy Products; Meat and Feeds.
  • 'Regional Committees' (4) - Africa; Latin America and the Caribbean; Asia; Mediterranean.
  • 'Conference Committees' (3) - Policy; Constitution; Budget and Finance.

Secretariat in Paris (France), headed by Secretary General; regional representation in Rome (Italy).

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 1: No PovertyGOAL 2: Zero HungerGOAL 12: Responsible Consumption and Production

UIA Org ID

XB1850

Last News

2010

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