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Bolivia (Plurinational State of)





US$ 1.6 million

Core Contribution

US$ 0 million

Complementary Contribution

US$ 0 million

Supplementary Contribution

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IFAD-supported projects help women come back to the countryside

October 2020 - STORY
Life in the countryside isn’t always easy – especially for rural women, whose contributions and successes have only recently begun to receive the attention they deserve.

From La Paz to Turco: Going back to the roots to start a new life

June 2020 - STORY
Guadalupe Moller lives in Turco, a small community in rural western Bolivia. She’d spent most of her life in La Paz, Bolivia’s capital, but four years ago she moved back to Turco, where her family’s roots are.

I’m a potato grower! Strengthening innovation to empower potato growers in the Andes

July 2019 - STORY
The world is faced with a rising demand for food due to population growth, changes in dietary habits and the availability of agricultural resources. As a result farmers need to be more efficient and productive.

Recipes for Change: Chairo soup

October 2016 - STORY
Climate change is contributing to increased temperatures and changing growing seasons in Bolivia. Small farmers are finding it harder to decide when to plant and when to harvest. This adversely affects staple food crops such as potatoes.

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Bolivia and IFAD team up to improve the lives of rural poor people

November 2018 - NEWS
Cornelia Richter, Vice-President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), begins a four-day visit to Bolivia today to meet with government officials and development partners to discuss ways to strengthen alliances and have a greater impact on the lives of rural poor people in the country.

IFAD provides US$18 million loan and US$15 million in Spanish Trust Fund cofinancing for poverty reduction programme in Bolivia

March 2016 - NEWS
Rome,26 March 2013 - The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the government of the Plurinational State of Bolivia signed a financing

UN agency scales up support for llama and alpaca farming in the Bolivian High Plateau

January 2016 - NEWS
An agreement signed recently between the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the government of Bolivia will help 30,000 poor rural

UN agency to help Bolivian government raise economic prosperity in rural areas

January 2016 - NEWS
Together with the government of Bolivia, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) will strive to make rural areas more prosperous over