DCI - Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)

DCI - Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC)

FIRST programme brings governments, regional organisations and donors together to develop effective policies in the fight against food insecurity and malnutrition and to promote resilience.
The INFORMED programme, through assistance from FAO, aims to support national and regional institutions to guarantee regular, timely information as well as evidence-based analysis regarding the food security, nutrition and resilience situation (FN&S) in prone-crisis countries. The support to improve analysis, information sharing and monitoring of FN&S factors should ensure that diverse actors involved are better prepared to withstand potential food crises and thus increase the resilience of vulnerable populations, reducing their food insecurity and malnutrition.
FIRST represents a strategic partnership between the EU and the FAO whereby the FAO is providing support to ensure that EU investments in food and nutrition security and sustainable agriculture (FNS&SA) are transformed by partner countries into effective policies and programmes.
Strengthening the SMS in supporting the SUN Movement to maintain nutrition high on the international development agenda and enable SUN countries achieve progress against their commitment for nutrition
The EU contributes to the process of designing land laws and carrying out policy reform. The EU also supports land administrations and sponsors CSOs in their advocacy work to promote equal land rights.
Strengthening the Scaling-up Nutrition (SUN) movement secretariat to fulfil its mission in supporting the SUN Movement in maintaining nutrition high on the international development agenda and enabling SUN countries achieve progress against their commitments for the reduction of under-nutrition.  
The overall objective of EU support to land governance is to contribute to improve food security, reduce poverty and enable inclusive agricultural growth of partner countries thus contributing to realize Sustainable Development Goals 1 (End poverty in all forms everywhere) and 2 (End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture).
This 5-year project aims to strengthen the voices of non-state actors (NSA), including civil society, Indigenous Peoples and local community groups, to improve forest governance, sustainable forest management and the contribution of forests to development of Mekong countries. The project recognizes that for forests to be sustained, forest landscape governance must be based on principles of inclusivity, requiring effective NSA participation.
The Annual Programme 2017 sets out measures to implement the Human Development component of the Global Public Goods and Challenges (GPGC) programme in accordance with the Multi-annual indicative Programme 2014-2020 and on the basis of the DCI Regulation.  The part III covers actions for thematic areas: Education in Emergencies, Culture and Creativity, Women's Economic Empowerment and Conflict Minerals.
Bridging the Gap is a project funded by the European Union (EU) under the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI), Thematic Programme “Global Public Goods and Challenges”. The project will carry out actions aimed at increasing the inclusion of persons with disabilities at both the international and country level.

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