CDB, FAO partner to help strengthen regional agriculture

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on Monday signed an agreement to strengthen their partnership to help countries in the region achieve key development goals in agriculture.
The Framework Cooperation Agreement makes provisions for CDB to partner with FAO to provide technical assistance for projects financed by the Bank. 
It will also allow countries with common membership in both organisations to directly engage FAO using loan or grant funds provided by CDB.
The two organisations signed the Agreement in Montego Bay at the start of the FAO's 35th Regional Conference for Latin America and the Caribbean.

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