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Assessment of IFAD’s policy impact in Asia
IFAD understands that projects alone cannot eradicate rural poverty or generate rural transformation because, inevitably, they reach a limited number of people.
How inclusive rural transformation will be crucial to promote sustainable and resilient societies
IFAD highlights that the rural world – where most poor and hungry people live – deserves special attention.
Empowering rural people by promoting renewable energy
Did you know that annual global energy consumption equals only the amount of energy delivered by the Sun in a single hour?
What do rural women want?
Caroline Namara, a radio journalist and social worker in the remote rural area of Bushenyi in Western Uganda, tells us what she thinks rural women want.
New challenges for the global economy
There are many reasons to be hopeful about the global economy in 2018.
Let’s talk about goats
Antonio Rota has more than 30 years’ experience working with livestock in the rural development sector. He will be participating in a national conference on developing a vibrant goat sector in India, 16-17 April 2018.
Why smallholders are key in an urbanizing world
The divide between rural and urban areas is smaller than ever before.
Why does IFAD's 11th Replenishment matter?
Since approving the Fund's first projects in 1978, IFAD’s members have assembled periodically to review its operations, provide guidance for the future, and replenish the financial resources.
To tackle climate change, we need to invest in smallholder farmers
The U.N.’s annual climate talks have increasingly become an expo of competing environmental priorities.