How to do note: Mainstreaming portable biogas systems into IFAD-supported projects
Toolkit: Youth Access to Rural Finance
The Lessons Learned and How To Do Note on this topic provide IFAD country programme managers, project design teams and implementing partners with insights and key guidance on designing and offering appropriate financial services for rural youth. The toolkit on Youth Access to Rural Finance synthesizes best practices and offers examples from around the world.
Toolkit: Strengthening smallholder institutions and organizations
The Smallholder Advantage: A new way to put climate finance to work
IFAD sees smallholder farmers as more than just victims of climate change: they are a vital part of the solution to the ‘wicked’ climate change problem.
Toolkit: Lines of credit
Toolkit: Key performance indicators and performance-based agreements
Toolkit: Loan guarantee funds
Toolkit: Community-based financial organizations
مجموعة الأدوات: المنهجیات الأسریة: تسخیر إمكانیات الأسرة على التغییر
Toolkit: Commodity value chain development projects
Strong links to markets for poor rural producers are essential to increasing agricultural income, generating economic growth in rural areas and reducing hunger and poverty. Every product that is sold locally, nationally or internationally is often part of an agricultural value chain (VC). From a development perspective, VCs are one of the instruments through which market forces can be harnessed to benefit poor rural women and men – not just producers, but wage earners, service providers and others.