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How to do note: Mainstreaming nutrition into COSOPs and investment projects
This How-to-do Note is a practical step by step operational guidance on mainstreaming nutrition in IFAD-supported country strategies and investment projects for use by IFAD staff, consultants and partners.
Research Series Issue 40: Local-economy impacts of cash crop promotion
This is the first study to quantify the general equilibrium impacts of introducing a new cash crop into a poor isolated economy, including impacts on environmentally sensitive fishing activities.
The Food Loss Reduction Advantage: Building sustainable food systems
Around one third of the food globally produced is estimated to be lost or wasted along the supply chain. These losses affect disproportionally developing countries.
Research Series Issue 39: Smallholder farming, growth linkages, structural transformation and poverty reduction
There are different views around the future of smallholder agriculture and its potential to contribute to the needed transformations of agriculture and rural economies.
Impact assessment: The Coastal Community Development (CCDP)
The Coastal Community Development Project (CCDP), implemented between 2013 and 2017, was designed to reduce poverty and achieve sustainable economic growth in 12 coastal districts of Indonesia.
Research Series Issue 38: Meta-evidence review on the impacts of investments in agricultural and rural development on Sustainable Development Goals 1 and 2
Agriculture and rural development research will play a critical role in meeting the ambitious targets under SDGs 1 and 2.
Research Series Issue 37: Determinants of cofinancing in IFAD-funded projects - A call to rethink development interventions
This study is an analysis of what drives cofinancing in IFAD-supported programmes/projects, covering 20 years of data from 559 projects in 109 countries.
Impact assessment: PAPAFPA and PAPAC
The Participatory Smallholder Agriculture and Artisanal Fisheries Development Programme (PAPAFPA) and the Smallholder Commercial Agriculture Project (PAPAC) are complementary projects designed to improve the livelihoods of smallholders in Sao Tomé and Príncipe. PAPAFPA, which has now closed, created farmers’ cooperatives to improve the development of organic cacao, coffee, and pepper value chains through increased commercialization in domestic and niche export markets.
Research Series Issue 36: Who works in agriculture?
This analysis examines the dynamics of youth employment in agriculture and the agri-food system in Tanzania and Malawi.