FAOS

AcronymDefinition
FAOSFarnham Amateur Operatic Society (Farnham, Surrey, England, UK)
FAOSFine Arts Orchestral Society (Yonkers, NY)
FAOSFoundation for the Advancement of Outstanding Scholarship (Taiwan)
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While I concur with Colonel Shea's primary point of expanding in-country training opportunities for Eurasian FAOs, I would like to comment on the current program at the Marshall Center.
FMSO drew upon its existing expertise, drew in Yugoslav FAOs, and engaged in outreach to academic expertise in the United States and Europe.
HE said the capacity-building programme, which is being attended by forest officials of all provincial forest departments and forest expects from different local and international non-governmental organizations including United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and the World Wide Fund for Nature - Pakistan.
Army Soviet foreign area officer (FAO) was the best among his peers.
The 28 April 2005, revision to DoD Directive 1315.17, requires services to deliberately develop a corps of FAOs with the in-depth international skills required to represent the DoD in the conduct of politico-military activities and execution of military-diplomatic missions with foreign governments and military establishments.
The Army is the only service that has FAOs as a branch, rather than a secondary specialty.
The 3rd annual International Seminar on Global Poverty Reduction Partnerships was organized by three Rome-based UN agencies the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and World Food Programme (WFP) - together with the International Poverty Reduction Center in China (IPRCC) and the China Internet Information Centre (CIIC).
As part of the main agenda, candidates for the position of FAO Director-General for the period from August 1, 2019, to July 31, 2023 from India, Georgia, China and France presented their electoral programs as well as their plans to develop the organization and achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
FAOs expertise in the areas of capacity development, policy support to governments and rural institutions, agribusiness, value chain and food system development naturally complements ADEPTs experience in engaging diaspora organizations around migration-related issues.
The other UN food agencies and close allies of IFADs mission the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP) - echoed the message of collaboration in their addresses to the Governing Council, IFADs highest decision-making body.
This new contribution by Saudi Arabia puts the country among FAOs top resource partners, and number one in the Near East.
FAOs efforts also aim to improve Yemens ability to monitor emerging threats to food security and livelihoods, such as poor weather or crop pests and diseases, so that appropriate livelihood support irrigation services, or feed for livestock, for example can be provided, before impacts are felt.