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Africa’s small farms hold the key to riding out the recession, says IFAD President

Kanayo F. Nwanze to speak on agriculture, jobs and public-private partnerships at World Economic Forum (Cape Town) Rome, 8 June 2009 – Unleashing the potential

UN’s rural poverty agency, IFAD, and the Islamic Development Bank reach landmark cofinancing agreement of US$1.5 billion in aid of the poorest people living in Africa, Asia and the Near East

Rome, 15 November 2009 – On the eve of the World Summit on Food Security, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and the Islamic Development

IFAD approves US$204.39 million for rural poverty work worldwide

Executive Board concludes meeting in Rome Rome, 30 April 2009 – Poverty eradication efforts in nine developing countries received a boost this week when

Kanayo F. Nwanze, development leader, appointed IFAD President

Press release No.: IFAD/08/09 Rome, 18 February 2009 – The Governing Council of IFAD chose Kanayo F. Nwanze as its next president during its annual meeting

US$5 million to boost food production and income generation in Liberia

Rome, 22 December – A US$5 million grant to the Republic of Liberia from IFAD will allow 10,000 poor farming households, many headed by women, to better

Le FIDA accorde un don de 10 millions d'USD à la Côte d’Ivoire pour la réhabilitation de l’agriculture et la réduction de la pauvreté

Rome, 21 décembre 2009 – Le FIDA a accordé un don de 10 millions d'USD à la Côte d'Ivoire pour le projet de réhabilitation de l'agriculture et de réduction

What can you do about a vanishing nation?

An IFAD documentary "The President's Dilemma," at film festival in Copenhagen Copenhagen and Rome, December 11, 2009 - One country that scientists predict

IFAD Newsroom - IFAD makes US$25.04 million loan to Mali to consolidate microfinance services for poor rural people

IFAD makes US$25.04 million loan to Mali to consolidate microfinance services for poor rural people Rome, 1 December 2009 – A US$25.04 million loan from

IFAD Newsroom - IFAD President to Japan for first visit since taking office

IFAD President to Japan for first visit since taking office Food security and climate change on the agenda during two-day visit. Rome, 30 November 2009

IFAD Newsroom - Seven ways for seven days

Seven ways for seven days With one week left before Copenhagen, IFAD reminds you of the ways smallholder farmers are coping with climate change Rome, 30

Strengthening performance and sharing success: IFAD and its regional partners meet in Ghana

Rome-Accra, 30 November – Representatives of government, civil society and farmer organizations, the private sector, development partners, project staff

IFAD provides US$39 million to Ethiopia to improve the lives of pastoralists and their families

Rome, 26 November 2009 – A US$19.5 million loan and a US$19.5 million grant from IFAD to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia will support the delivery

US$6 million to boost rural and agricultural finance in Ghana

Rome, 23 November – A US$6 million loan to the Republic of Ghana from IFAD will allow rural poor people and smallholder farmers to achieve better livelihoods

IFAD President says developing countries, too, must make agriculture a funding priority

Rome, 18 November - On the final day of the World Summit on Food Security, the head of the UN's rural poverty agency said he was pleased to see how developing

UN rural poverty agency President on first visit to India since taking office

Food security, research and scaling up of projects on discussion agenda Rome, 19 November - Kanayo F. Nwanze, the President of the International Fund for

IFAD-financed projects and programmes in Eastern and Southern Africa work together on ways to boost agricultural productivity

Project and programme managers, experts in rural and agricultural development and IFAD officials discuss how market access and crop and livestock integration

IFAD provides US$18.33 million to boost crop maximization in Pakistan

Rome, 11 November 2009 – A US$18.33 million loan from IFAD to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan will fund an innovative project to help smallholder farmers

UN rural poverty agency calls to heed small farmer’s voice in Copenhagen

Rome, 10 November 2009 – The five hundred million smallholder farms feeding at least one-third of humanity, who are feeling the harshest impact of climate

IFAD provides US$22 million to boost sustainable water management in Bangladesh

Rome, 6 November 2009 – A US$22 million loan from IFAD to the People's Republic of Bangladesh will improve rural livelihoods through investments in sustainable

Renewed FAO, IFAD and WFP effort to fight hunger

Senior managers agree to intensify cooperation 5 November 2009, Rome - The following joint statement was issued today after a meeting of senior managers

New publication shows index insurance has potential to help manage climate risks and reduce poverty

June 24/Geneva — Climate has always presented a challenge to farmers, herders, fishermen and others whose livelihoods are closely linked to their environment,

IFAD provides US$13.2 million to Ethiopia to tackle land degradation

Rome, 19 June 2009 – Ethiopia loses about 2 billion tons of fertile soils to land degradation each year. As waterways silt up, irrigation development and

Index insurance has potential to help manage climate risks and reduce poverty, says upcoming publication

New York and Rome, 5 June 2009— World Environment Day reminds us that climate has always presented a challenge to farmers, herders and others whose livelihoods

IFAD provides US$23.89 million to Afghanistan for rural microfinance and livestock

Rome, 7 July 2009 – After G8 foreign ministers last month agreed to boost their cooperation in stabilizing Afghanistan, the International Fund for Agricultural

UN warns of more food shortages without strong action

Joint press release Madrid meeting takes on global food, nutrition and agriculture problems (MADRID, 26 January) pledged today to step up commitments against

UN’s rural poverty agency, IFAD, names a finance and development expert as new Vice-President

Yukiko Omura to take up post in early 2010 Rome, 16 December 2009 – Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development

Les acquisitions de terres en Afrique posent des risques pour les ruraux pauvres

La première étude détaillée du phénomène met en garde contre ses effets sur les communautés rurales mais évoque aussi les bénéfices possibles Rome, 25

US$3 million IFAD loan to Rural Finance Programme in Belize

Rome, 19 May 2009 – Efforts by poor rural people in Belize to lift themselves out of poverty are being bolstered by a US$3 million loan from IFAD to Belize,

El FIDA otorga un préstamo de 3 millones de dólares para el Programa de Financiación Rural en Belice

Roma, 19 de mayo de 2009. Los esfuerzos de la población rural pobre para salir de la pobreza en Belice reciben impulso gracias a un préstamo de 3 millones

IFAD provides Burundi with US$13.57 million for agricultural recovery

Rome, 14 May 2009 – The lives and livelihoods of poor rural people in Burundi are set to change for the better thanks to a US$13.57 million grant from

IFAD to provide Cameroon with US$13.5 million loan and US$0.2 million grant for microfinance development

Rome, 11 May 2009 - A US$13.5 million loan and a US$0.2 million grant from IFAD to the Republic of Cameroon for the Rural Microfinance Development support

Le FIDA accorde au Cameroun un prêt d'un montant de 13,5 millions d'USD et un don d'un montant de 0,2 million d'USD en faveur du développement de la microfinance

Rome, 11 May 2009 - Un prêt de 13,5 millions d'USD et un don de 0,2 million d'USD du FIDA à la République du Cameroun pour le projet d'appui au développement

Bill Gates visits IFAD Headquarters for talks with Kanayo F. Nwanze

Rome, 11 May 2009 – Bill Gates met today with Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), to discuss common

LE FIDA approuve l’octroi de 204,39 millions d’USD en faveur de la lutte contre la pauvreté rurale à l’échelle mondiale

Les travaux du Conseil d'administration se sont conclus à Rome Rome, le 30 avril 2009 – Cette semaine, le Conseil d'administration du FIDA a donné un coup

From financial crisis to rural social crisis in Latin America

Researchers meet to discuss findings from 11 countries on the impact of the financial crisis on rural poor people Rome, 23 April 2009 – Development experts

De la crisis financiera a la crisis social rural: Opciones de respuesta para el FIDA en América Latina

Investigadores se reúnen para discutir resultados de estudios llevados a cabo en 11 países de la región para determinar el impacto de la crisis financiera

Seeds of Hope for Haitian farmers

Rome, 8 April 2009 – It's harvest time for Haitian farmers, many of whose plots and crops were washed away by four devastating hurricanes that struck the

IFAD provides US$14.98 million loan to El Salvador to help creation of rural businesses

Rome, 8 April 2009 – A US$14.98 million loan will fund a project in the central regions of the Republic of El Salvador to transform subsistence agricultural

On eve of G20 meeting, IFAD’s new President calls for agricultural renaissance

Kanayo F. Nwanze takes office Rome, 1 April, 2009 – As leaders of the G20 gather in London to seek shared solutions to the global economic crisis, IFAD's

King and Queen of Sweden meet heads of FAO, IFAD and WFP

Food prices, climate change and financial crisis at the centre of talks 26 March 2009, Rome – The King and the Queen of Sweden have met the heads of the

Post-hurricane harvest boosts food security in Haiti

Rome, 10 March 2009 – Even before last year's food price spikes and hurricanes, Haiti was one of the world's poorest countries, with more than half of

US$14.4 million loan from IFAD to boost rural development in the Northern Highlands in Peru

Press release No.: IFAD/14/09 Rome, 23 February 2009 - A US$14.4 million loan from IFAD will help finance the Project for Strengthening Assets, Markets

US$56 million supplementary loan from IFAD to the United Republic of Tanzania for agricultural development

Press release No.: IFAD/13/09 Rome, 19 February 2009 - A US$56 million supplementary loan from IFAD to the United Republic of Tanzania, for the Agricultural

IFAD Governing Council speaks with one voice on impact of financial crisis

Kanayo F. Nwanze appointed next IFAD President Rome, 19 February – Concluding its 32nd session in Rome today, IFAD's Governing Council spoke with one voice

IFAD provides US$31.9 million loan to China to help reduce poverty in the Dabieshan area

Press release No.: IFAD/11/09 Rome, 19 February 2009 – China has an impressive record of strong and sustained economic growth and has experienced an unprecedented

IFAD provides US$15.0 million grant to the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to enhance productivity and support sustainable natural resource management

Press release No.: IFAD/10/09 Rome, 18 February 2009 – Agricultural productivity is low in the Lao People's Democratic Republic by the standards of the

IFAD President issues wake-up call

Press release No.: IFAD/09/09 Smallholder farmers hold key to food security Rome, 18 February 2009 – The President of IFAD, Lennart Båge, issued a wake-up

165 States gather for IFAD Governing Council

Press release No.: IFAD/07/09 In tough economic times, IFAD "a crucial ally of smallholder farmers", says Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Rome, 18 February

IFAD provides US$21 million loan to Viet Nam to support agroforestry

Press release No.: IFAD/06/09 Rome, 16 February 2009 – A US$21 million loan from IFAD to the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam will contribute to sustainable

US$23.33 million IFAD grant for rural rehabilitation programme in Democratic Republic of the Congo

Press release No.: IFAD/04/09 Rome, 6 February 2009 - A US$23.33 million grant from IFAD to the Democratic Republic of the Congo for the integrated rural

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