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Systèmes alimentaires en action: Burundi – un contexte socio-économique complexe
Cette étude de cas montre comment l'adoption d'une approche holistique des systèmes alimentaires sensibles aux enjeux nutritionnels peut conduire à des résultats durables.
Financing Facility for Remittances Knowledge Products
Since its inception in 2006, IFAD’s Financing Facility for Remittances (FFR), has produced a large number of publications and information material with global outreach. This pamphlet aims to provide the reader with a quick overview of each, with a link to the dedicated webpage.
Climate Action Report 2021
This fourth edition of IFAD’s Climate Action Report does not restrict itself to reviewing the progress and results of the past year, but also situates these results within the larger context of IFAD's 11th Replenishment.
INSURED - Insurance for rural resilience and economic development
INSURED is a technical assistance programme working to strengthen agricultural insurance in IFAD’s portfolio.
Remittances sent by migrant workers to and within Africa were over US$85 billion in 2018, of which US$25 billion were sent by migrants residing in Europe.Additional languages: Arabic, English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
Challenges and perspectives in the food and agriculture sector in post-2020 China
This policy note discusses how China could further advance its food and agricultural development model, making it greener, more sustainable, and more inclusive.
Poverty alleviation and rural revitalization in post-2020 China - Challenges and recommendations
This policy note discusses the challenges and opportunities for China to update its development model to reflect the new context. It suggests three priority areas and nine policy actions which China should focus on.
2021 at a glance
This infographic presents highlights of IFAD’s work in 2021.
Climate Action Report 2020
This third edition of the IFAD Climate Action Report (CAR) describes the efforts that IFAD has made during the year to integrate climate change into every aspect of its plans and operations.
Infographic: 2020 at a glance
An overview of IFAD’s work in 2020. Learn about our response to the COVID-19 pandemic and about our initiatives that are enabling us to do more to build rural people's resilience.
Infographic: IFAD12 at a glance
This infographic outlines the main elements of IFAD12: our ambitions, targets, approaches and tools.
Tunisia: Detecting change with remote sensing
This case study presents an analysis undertaken for the IFAD-funded Agropastoral Value Chains Project in the Governorate of Médenine, Tunisia.
Sierra Leone: Fighting fires with rice paddies
This GIS study shows that the development of rice paddies in Sierra Leone has led to fewer forest fires.
The FO4ACP programme
The FO4ACP programme aims to support small-scale and family farmers in African, Caribbean and Pacific countries by strengthening farmers’ organizations.
IFAD Policy Brief on Engagement with Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous peoples, who often live in rural areas of developing countries and face high levels of poverty and food insecurity, are an important constituency for IFAD.
The Agri-Business Capital Fund (ABC Fund)
The Agri-Business Capital Fund (ABC Fund) invests in smallholder farmers and rural small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries to support sustainable and inclusive agricultural value chains.
IFAD and Farmers' Organizations - Partnership in Progress: 2016-2019
Report to the seventh global meeting of the Farmers’ Forum, in conjunction with the forty-third session of IFAD’s Governing Council.
Climate Action Report 2019
The Climate Action Report 2019 provides an overview of IFAD’s work on climate change and reports on progress, challenges and achievements.
The Latin America and Caribbean Advantage: Family farming – a critical success factor for resilient food security and nutrition
Development projects that integrate investments in rural indigenous people, youth and women with measures to adapt to climate change are more likely to be successful in Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a new report launched today by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD).