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Investing in rural people in Bangladesh

يونيو 2021
IFAD has worked in Bangladesh for almost 40 years. It has supported 34 projects, costing a total of US$2,356 million, with IFAD financing of US$913 million.

IFAD Inclusive Financial Services Portfolio Stocktaking

يونيو 2021
This Inclusive Financial Services (IFS) stocktaking exercise assesses IFAD’s capacity to deliver IFS and addresses rural poor market development needs both historically and looking forward within the context of emerging opportunities and challenges.

Climate adaptation and mitigation measures for nutrition co-benefits in IFAD investments in Ghana

يونيو 2021
This report describes the findings of the country study carried out for the design of IFAD project on Livelihood and Productivity Enhancement of Smallholder Farmers (PROSPER) in Ghana.

Climate adaptation and mitigation measures for nutrition co-benefits in IFAD investments in Lesotho

يونيو 2021
This report describes the findings of the country study carried out for the design of IFAD project on Restoration of Landscapes and Livelihoods (ROLL P) in Lesotho.

Climate adaptation and mitigation measures for nutrition co-benefits in IFAD investments in Zimbabwe

يونيو 2021
This report describes the findings of the country study carried out for the design of IFAD Smallholder Agriculture Cluster Project (SACP) in Zimbabwe.

Food-system interventions with climate change and nutrition co-benefits: a literature review

يونيو 2021
This literature review report explores the conceptual linkages between climate change and nutrition using a food system approach.

Renewable Energy Technology for Smallholder Farmers

مايو 2021
Collaboration with Local Companies for Adaptive Agriculture in Cambodia.

Investing in rural people in Sudan

مايو 2021
Sudan became a Member State of IFAD in 1977, with the first IFAD loan being approved in 1979.

Agriculture for nutrition: Stories from Lao PDR

مايو 2021
Dietary diversity is a big problem in Northern Laos. Many rural families regularly consume only 4 out of 10 major food groups, with rice often forming the majority of the meal.

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