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Tapping public policies and programmes to boost IFAD’s impact

April 2022 - BLOG
In many countries, we have the opportunity to partner with public policies and programmes to deliver the services our project participants need. Although effective inter-institutional coordination is never simple, it is doable – and entirely worth the effort.    

Fixing our food systems means getting the fundamentals right

November 2021 - BLOG
The term “food systems” encompasses a huge variety of activities and issues. To make sure we’re all starting from the same place, let’s focus on the fundamentals: the land, and how to treat it well.

Returning to Brazil’s Gente de Valor project: Lessons on sustainable impact

August 2021 - BLOG
The Gente de Valor project was designed to assist the sertanejos (those who live in Brazil’s semi-arid region). It featured a community-driven development approach that promoted active participation and local leadership. Five years after the project ended, IFAD returned to evaluate the project’s outcomes and the effects of this approach.

How small-scale producers can leverage the growing livestock market

August 2021 - BLOG
With global production and consumption of meat projected to rise, livestock rearing is becoming an increasingly important income source for many small-scale producers. Recently, livestock farmers from around the world have been learning from each other via the SSTC framework.

Diving in on aquatic foods: IFAD investments create rural opportunities

June 2021 - BLOG
The blue economy opens the space for IFAD to reach more rural people in the most challenging situations, and to get them out of poverty.

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