EXPO MILANO 2015
The universal exposition running in Milan from May through October fosters a dialogue about global challenges involving nutrition and natural resources that are key for IFAD and its UN partners.
WORLD WATER DAY 2015
World Water Day 2015 marks the conclusion of an international decade for action on access to water, which supports sustainable development in agriculture, industry and beyond. IFAD is part of that global effort.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY
As the 20th anniversary of the landmark Fourth World Conference on Women approaches, lFAD and its partners highlight the role of rural women in sustainably feeding the developing world.
RECIPES FOR CHANGE
IFAD's Recipes for Change campaign highlights traditional food culture and the threat that climate change poses to key ingredients – such as the onions used to make Poulet Yassa in Senegal.
IFAD's online video series presents new thinking on small-scale farming. The latest talk features Chris Davis from Fairtrade International discussing investments that help organize farmers for lasting change.
The Executive Director of Oxfam International delivered the inaugural IFAD Lecture at the 38th session of the Governing Council, IFAD's annual meeting of Member States.
The Ebola crisis has caused tremendous damage to rural people in Sierra Leone, but experience from IFAD-supported projects still holds out hope for hard-hit communities.
Rural farmers across East and Southern Africa are very susceptible to climate change and its impacts. IFAD is using climate finance, through its Adaptation to Smallholder Agriculture Programme (ASAP), to promote agricultural techniques and technologies that help protect these small farmers.Read more