The Socio-economic And Gender Analysis Programme for mainstreaming and increasing awareness of gender issues
The Socio-economic and Gender Analysis (SEAGA) Programme was established in 1993 to promote gender awareness when meeting development challenges. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Labour Organization (ILO) the World Bank and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) initially undertook the development of the SEAGA materials.
The FAO Corporate Document Repository houses FAO documents and publications, as well as selected non-FAO publications, in electronic format. It enables users to easily access the accumulated knowledge and information produced by FAO directly on the Internet.
Different types of searches are provided. Each set of results provides links to the full text documents.
The free text search filters through the contents of all the files in the FAO Corporate Document Repository. A list of all documents in which the selected term appears will be produced.
The advanced search provides the user with the means to carry out a specific search, by querying a particular field or combination of fields. There are three distinct advanced searches, one for meeting documents one for publications, such as books and journals, and one for articles.
FAO Fisheries Department prepares and publishes Fishery Country Profiles (FCP). Each FCP summarizes the Department's assessment of activities and trends in fisheries and aquaculture for the country concerned. The profiles have a standard layout.
Economic and demographic data are based on UN or World Bank sources; data on fisheries are generally those published by the FAO Fisheries Department.
The NAMES OF COUNTRIES database consists of names of countries or areas and their capital cities including adjectives of nationality, capital cities and currency units in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Spanish and Italian.
The database contains useful information relating to each country. There are links to offical websites and a wide range of links to additional external information covering maps, geography and news.