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Resilient Food Systems Programme Highlights 2022
Resilient Food Systems promotes a holistic approach to enhancing agricultural productivity and restoring degraded landscapes in smallholder farming systems. This report showcases the achievements and innovations of the programme in 2022 across 12 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Outcomes and lessons learned from the Koronivia UNFCCC negotiations on agriculture and food security, and the way forward after COP 27
The Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA) was established at COP23 to address six topics in the agricultural sector's role in climate change.
IFAD Research Series No. 89: Incorporating the Impact of Climate and Weather Variables in Impact Assessments: An Application to an IFAD Climate Change Adaptation Project in Viet Nam
This paper discusses which climate variables to collect, and from which sources, when incorporating them into an impact assessment.
IFAD Research Series No. 88: The Impact of Climate Change on Livestock Production in Mozambique
This paper focuses on activities targeting improved pasture management, supplemental feed sources and livestock value chain development.
The enhanced Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP+)
This brochure provides an overview of ASAP+, which is expected to be the largest fund dedicated to channelling climate finance to small-scale producers.
Development of Irrigation Infrastructure: Technical Note
This note provides an overview of how IFAD-supported irrigation projects are designed and outlines the steps to achieve the full potential of irrigation development.
Behavioral Science Interventions within the Development and Environmental Fields in Developing Countries: An Evidence Gap Map
This evidence gap map (EGM) presents a landscape of studies on the effectiveness of behavioural science interventions in developing countries within the context of climate change.
Behavioural science interventions within the development and environmental fields in developing countries: a systematic review
This paper presents a systematic review on behavioural science interventions in the human development and environmental fields in developing countries.
Evidence review on behavioural science interventions in development and environmental fields in developing countries: Protocol
This review examines the effectiveness of specific behavioural science interventions.
Evidence review on behavioural change in developing countries: Approach paper
This review examines which interventions are effective in promoting environmental and development outcomes from individuals, households, communities and companies, and how effective efforts have been to date.
Effectiveness of Life Skills Training Interventions for the Empowerment of Women in Developing Countries: A Systematic Review
This systematic review evaluates the effectiveness of life skills training programmes for empowering women in developing countries.
Interventions for Women's Empowerment in Developing Countries: An Evidence Gap Map
This evidence gap map (EGM) visualises the areas in which most research on effective interventions for women’s empowerment is concentrated—and where there are gaps.
Effectiveness of life skills interventions for the empowerment of women in developing countries: Protocol for a Systematic Review
This protocol for the systematic review details the methods used in the meta-analysis.
Evidence Review on the Effectiveness of Interventions Promoting Women's Empowerment in Developing Countries: Approach Paper
This approach paper describes the strategy for data collection and analysis and the contours of the evidence gap map and systematic review.
Climate-smart agriculture: A synthesis of experiences and lessons from the NEN region
This publication describes Climate-smart agriculture case studies in Egypt, Georgia, Moldova and Somalia.
IFAD Briefing Note: COP27 - A High-level Analysis of Proceedings
After COP27, this paper discusses the proceedings most pertinent to IFAD’s mission of investing in rural people and helping them build resilience to climate change.
Research Series 87: Incorporating the Impact of Climate and Weather Variables in Impact Assessments
This paper outlines a methodological strategy for incorporating weather and long-term climate conditions into impact assessments, based on an IFAD-supported project that invested in grain storage in Chad.
On Air Dialogues – Listening to Rural Africans
Farm Radio International’s On Air Dialogues gathered the perspectives and experiences of rural people in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso as they contend with climate change. People responded to poll questions and left voice messages sharing their opinions on and experiences of climate change and what global leaders should do to help them adapt and prosper.
ASAP Technical Series: Gender and Climate Change
This paper defines gender sensitive as recognizing different roles of women, men, boys and girls, inequalities and gender power dynamics and trying to mitigate negative impacts in programme/action design.
IFAD Briefing Note - Gender and Climate: Scaling Gender and Climate Investments
IFAD's unique investing position serves as a starting point for a discussion on how it might scale up and support gender-based responses for adaptation and mitigation to climate change.