Tracking investments in Tunisia with remote sensing
Breaking the vicious circle of hunger and conflict
IFAD’s new book The People Behind Your Plate
There is a growing climate emergency facing smallholders across Asia Pacific – what is IFAD doing about it?
Digital agriculture: key to helping small-scale producers overcome COVID-19 challenges
Greening the Sahara: the Great Green Wall Initiative
In 2009, I travelled by road to Timbuktu, Mali on a short field trip. As we made our way down the dusty roads, I remember wondering what could possibly pull this arid, sparsely populated land into relative prosperity.
Climate change talks cannot continue to ignore the needs of small-scale farmers
World Soil Day: A tribute to our friends underground
Working closer as a UN family in country – a review of progress in implementing the UN reform agenda across Asia Pacific
Why small farms are key to the future of food - and how we can support them
In an urbanizing world, strong rural–urban links remain the key to resilient cities
Agricultural risk management: Towards long-term resilience
A look at the digital technologies transforming agriculture
Agriculture has periodically been shaken up by various technological revolutions. The latest? The advent of digital technologies.
The 14th Five-Year Plan: An opportunity to advance China’s agricultural and rural transformation
A unique opportunity for China to advance its agricultural and rural transformation agenda.
Three reasons to invest in land tenure security
Disability in rural areas: A matter of perception
One billion people – 15 per cent of the world’s population – currently have a disability, and 80 per cent of them live in developing countries. People with disabilities, despite being “the world’s largest minority,” are often overlooked.