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IFAD helps shape Bangladesh’s response to the coronavirus crisis in rural areas
An IFAD team in Bangladesh provided a proposal to the Government for a certified safe transport and logistics system for movement of inputs and produce in rural areas.
Shaping a holistic response to COVID-19: Protecting food systems and rural producers
It is easy to lose sight of the big picture when called upon to act quickly in response to the human tragedy caused by COVID-19.
Driving AgriTech adoption: Insights from Southeast Asia’s farmers
By leveraging the tools that internet marketing companies have already honed to reach consumers, governments can deliver quality agronomy advice at scale.
Don’t allow the coronavirus to open up another front
What started as a health crisis could turn into a food crisis unless we take measures now. Preventing a food crisis is key to maintaining the strength to fight back.
Changing lives in times of uncertainty: how innovative agriculture builds resilience
As countries prepare for the pandemic the mandate of a rural development organization may seem to some not particularly relevant to the current crisis.
Serving the rural poor in the time of physical distancing: Staying safe, well – and connected
It has been three weeks since COVID-19 has drastically altered the daily lives of IFAD staff headquartered in Rome and stationed around the world.
What we can do to support farmers on the front lines of climate change
Each of the world’s agricultural production systems had millennia to adapt to local climatic conditions, especially in terms of temperature and rainfall.
The potential impact of COVID-19 on SDG 2 (food security) – in China and globally
Last week’s OECD Interim Economic Outlook confirmed, as predictable, that the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on China’s and the rest of the world’s economy is going to be extremely severe.