Dr. Mustafa Imir

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF
THE UNITED NATIONS (FAO)
Helping to Build World Without Hunger
FAO FLAGSHIP PROGRAMME
IN INDONESIA
Dr. Mustafa Imir
FAO Representative in Indonesia
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Founded in October 1945 (now with 191 member
countries)
Achieving food security for all at the heart of FAO’s
efforts
Logo: FIAT PANIS – Food for All
Technical agency – focus on quality delivery
Not Donor Agency
In collaboration with other UN Agencies – WFP and
IFAD- FAO implements a “Twin Track Approach”
Immediate – recognize the need direct action to
alleviate hunger for the most vulnerable
Long term – agricultural, food security, nutrition and
rural development programs to eliminate the root
cause of hunger
From High Level Expert Forum - FAO
World Population 2050 : 9.2 billion
Some indicators must increase:
Production – 40%
Agricultural Investment – about 50% (est. US$ 83 B/Year)
Subsequent to the summit in L’Aquila, G-20 Summit in USA –
pledges US$ 22B over three years.
Sharing policy expertise
FAO
ACTIVITIES
COMPRISE OF
FOUR MAIN
AREAS
Providing a neutral forum for
nations
Bringing knowledge to the field
Keeping the wheels of development
turning
Sharing policy expertise
FAO lends its years of experience to member
countries in formulating agricultural policy,
supporting
planning,
drafting
effective
legislation and creating national strategies to
achieve rural development and hunger
alleviation goals.
Providing a neutral forum for nations
FAO provides the setting where rich and
poor nations can come together to build
common understanding on sustainable
agricultural development.
Bringing knowledge to the field
Our breadth of knowledge is put to the test
in thousand of field projects throughout the
world. FAO provides the technical knowhow and in a few cases is limited source of
funds.
Keeping the wheels of development turning
With more than 190 member countries,
every two years, representatives from all
member countries meet at the FAO
conference to review work and govern the
organization’s activities.
 One of conference function is to elect a
Director General which is for six year term.
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FAO Indonesia – established in 1978
Regular Programme
Normative Programme
Field Programme
• Coordination
• National Medium-Term
Priority Framework (NMPTF)
• Facilitation on National Policy
Formulation
• Donor Mediation and
Relation
• Support to National Initiatives
• Technical Cooperation
Programme (TCP) and S-TCPF
• Government Cooperative
Programme (GCP)
• Office for the Special Relief
Operations (OSRO)
• Telefood Activity
1. Technical Cooperation
Programme (TCP)
FAO ID-Field
Programme
Assisting capacity building of the
country members using FAO
internal financial sources
INS
RAS
Specific project s in
Indonesia
Regional Projects operated in Indonesia
TCP/RAS/3203
TCP/INS/3203-”Strengthening
-”Reducing the
dependence on the utilization of trash/fish low value fish as
feed for aquaculture of marine finfish in Asian region
TCP/INS/3301-
”Complimentary
Assistance to the FAO-IFAD Collaborative Programme on ProPoor Policy Formulation, Dialogue and Implementation at the
Country Level”
quarantine control system for invasive alien
species (IAS)”
TCP/RAS/3206-
TCP Facility
TCP/RAS/3210-
TCP/INS/3302-”Enhanced
coordination of control efforts, capacity
building, awareness, raising and rapid, outbreak
response to control rabies in Bali, Indonesia”
”Linking communities in
Southeast Asia to forestry-related voluntary carbon markets”
TCP/RAS/3212-”Assisting countries in
Southeast Asia towards achieving pesticide regulatory
harmonization”
TCP/INS/3303-”Strengthening
value chains for chili products in Indonesia”
TCP/RAS/3304-”
Development of a
regional initiative on Re-inventing irrigation and agricultural
water governance in the Asia Pacific to meet the Millennium
Development Goals”
TCP/RAS/3307-”
Applying assisted
natural regeneration (ANR) for restoring forest ecosystem
services in Southeast Asia”
TCP Characteristics
TCP max fund of US$500,000/project;
period of up to 36 months; has a catalytic
or multiplier effects
 S-TCP
Facility is a special funding
provided to the Representation Office to
fund programme/project formulation
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FAO ID-Field
Programme
2. FAO- Government Cooperative Programme (GCP)
RAS
INT
•GCP/INT/053/JPN”Intra-African Training
and Dissemination of
Technical know-how for
Sustainable Agriculture
and Rural Development
with Africa-ASEAN
Country Cooperation
within the Framework
of South-south
Cooperation”
GLO
•GCP/GLO/355/GER
(BMU)-”Pilot testing of
Global Bioenergy
Partnership (GBEP)
indicators for
sustainable bioenergy in
targeted developing
countries”
Regional Project
GCP/RAS/218/JPN-”Regional
Programme for Participatory and
Integrated Agriculture, Forestry and
Fisheries Development for Long-term
Rehabilitation and Development in
Tsunami-affected Areas”
GCP/RAS/222/JPN-” Enhancing Food Safety by
Strengthening Food Inspection Systems in the
ASEAN Countries”
GCP/RAS/223/JPN-”Support to the FAO
Programme on Capacity Building in Food Safety
in selected ASEAN Countries”
GCP/RAS/226/JPN-”Cooperation for the
improvement for phytosanitary capacity in Asian
countries through capacity building”
GCP/RAS/237/SPA-”Regional
Fisheries Livelihoods Programme for
Southeast Asia”
GCP/RAS/269/GFF-”Strategies for
Fisheries for Bycatch Management
(FSP)”
GCP/RAS/236/GFF-”Sustainable
Management of the Bay of Bengal
Large Marine Ecosystem (BOBLME)
FAO- ID Field
Programme
3. FAO- Office for the Special
Relief Operations (OSRO)
AVIAN
INFLUENZA
INS
Indonesian Project
OSRO/INS/101/AUL-”Assistance through
FAO for the control of emerging infectious
diseases in Indonesia”
OSRO/INS/102/AUL-”Assistance through
FAO for the control of rabies in Bali”
OSRO/INS/103/USA-”Enhancing the
capacity of the Government of Indonesia
and partners to control Highly Pathogenic
Avian Influenza (HPAI).
OSRI/INS/104/USA-”Assistance through
FAO for the control of rabies in Indonesia “
OSRO/INS/604/USA-”Expansion of the
Avian Influenza Participatory Disease
Surveillance and Response Program in
Indonesia”
OSRO/GLO/707/USA-”
Communication and advocacy
trainings,workshops, and materials
development for HPAI and other EIDs
RAS
Regional Project
OSRO/RAS/901/EC-
”Improvement of
regional capacities for
the prevention, control
and eradication of highly
pathogenic and
emerging diseases
(HPED) including HPAI
in ASEAN and SAARC
countries”
FAO-Emergency Emergency Centre
for Trans-boundary Animal Diseases
(ECTAD )
RABIES
INT
International Project
OSRO/INT/805/USA”Developing and
Maintaining PublicPrivate Partnerships for
the Prevention and
Control of Highly
Pathogenic Avian
Influenza H5N1”
FAO ID-Field
Programme
4.Telefood
Activity
TeleFood is a special grass root projects to
support farmer group with modest
amount of fund (up to $10,000 per
farmer group)
TFD-10/INS 003-”Support for the Establishment
of Small Scale Sheep Breeding in Mega
Mendung”
TFD-10/INS 004-”An assistance for the
development of small scale Pig Rearing activities
in Mbuit Village”
TFD-10/INS 005-”Small Scale Goat Breeding in
Lembor”
FAO ID – Key Partners
2. Non
Government
1. Government
Technical
Ministry
•MoA
•MoF
•MMAF
•MOE
•MEMR
•MPW
•MOH
Relevant
Non-Technical
National Development
Planning Agency
•Universities
M of Foreign Affairs
M of Finance
NGO
Professional
Association
Civil
Organization
3. UN- Agencies
FAO – WFP – IFAD Collaboration
Three Rome-based Food Agency & Food Security:
1. WFP – Emergency operation of food supply
2. FAO – Medium/longer term development on food
security to combat the causal root of hunger
3. IFAD – Long – term Agricultural Development
FAO, UN Agencies and Public-Private
Partnership
Universities
Government
UN-FAO
Community/
Private
Other UN Agencies
FAO - Government - Universities
1. Close Contact – in Policy and Technical
Expertise
2. Problem Identification, Project Idea,
Formulation and Implementation,
Evaluation and Impact Analysis with GOI
3. Local knowledge resources base expertise
4. Mediatory roles and Awareness of FAO

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