Freedom from Hunger Campaign/Action for Development (FFHC/AD)
Campagne mondiale contre la faim/Action pour le développement (CMCF/AD)
Campaña Mundial contra el Hambre/Acción para el Desarrollo (CMCH/AD)
1960 Rome Italy
1960, Rome (Italy), as a specialized programme of B-XB0971 - FAO, with the title Freedom from Hunger Campaign (FFHC). Listed title adopted 1969. No longer exists. F-XF4447 - Oxfam International was involved in setting up the campaign.
In collaboration with NGO partners and FAO's technical expertise, evolve sustainable alternative solutions to the problems of rural small producers; strengthen the institutional capacities of NGOs in dealing with the complexities of rural development; create an informed body of support for both FAO's and NGOs' role on key development issues.
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FAO Headquarters and field staff act as focal points with cooperating non-governmental organizations in both the developed and the developing world.
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