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Building a life after conflict

March 2017 - STORY
Rénilde Buhembe, 54, is a mother of three (two girls and a boy) who lives in the village of Rwingiri in Gitega province in central Burundi. She was widowed at age 18 and when in 1993, civil war broke out, she took in three more little boys who had lost their parents in the conflict.

Protecting women’s rights in the face of domestic violence in India and Burundi

November 2016 - STORY
Each year, to raise public awareness of gender-based violence across the world, the United Nations recognizes 25 November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

Burundi back on its feet: rebuilding after conflict

January 2012 - STORY
"When the massacres began in 1993 we were forced to take sides, seeking protection with either the government or the rebels", says Jean-Claude Sindayihebura, who is from Burambi in Bururi province.

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New project to boost food and nutrition security and rural incomes in Burundi

February 2019 - NEWS
Nearly 235,000 vulnerable households will benefit from a US$101 million project that aims to improve the living conditions and climate resilience of rural populations in five provinces of Burundi.

Burundi to receive a US$24.9 million IFAD grant to enhance financial inclusion services in rural areas

October 2017 - NEWS
A total of 99,200 Burundian rural households in 17 provinces will benefit from a financial agreement signed today between the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Burundi. The agreement will enhance the availability of financial services in rural areas where demand currently far outstrips supply. Particular attention will be given to the most vulnerable groups, including women and young people.

Burundi and IFAD to combat local food insecurity and malnutrition, and add value to smallholder farmers’ products

December 2015 - NEWS
 The Republic of Burundi and the United Nations International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) signed an agreement today to finance the second

New financing agreement to boost food security in Burundi

February 2015 - NEWS
IFAD invests in rural development to create jobs for women and young people Rome, 19 September 2014 – The government of the Republic of Burundi and the