Tracking the implementation and impact of the Uganda Yield Fund: A groundbreaking M&E system for a groundbreaking fund
When they came home: Migration and responses to COVID-19 in India
Small-scale farmers can help build resilient food systems in a post–COVID-19 world
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, more than 820 million people were living in hunger. Tens of millions more will join them if we do not take the right actions, and quickly.
How do shocks affect project impacts?
An Asia-Pacific crisis like never before
Recovery, reactivation and resilience: Confronting COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean
As Earth Day adopts a climate action theme, let’s not forget about smallholder farmers
Collaborating in a time of crisis: Three early takeaways from the COVID-19 response in India
The tremendous progress in reducing poverty made by India over the past 25 years could now be reversed because of the unprecedented emergency facing all of us – the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting Cambodian farmers during the COVID-19 pandemic
With a consistent focus on growth and development, Cambodia has made remarkable progress and achieved lower-middle-income status. But now, the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to strain not only the national health system, but the entire economy.
IFAD helps shape Bangladesh’s response to the coronavirus crisis in rural areas
In late March 2020, my team observed a breakdown in national food production and distribution. In response, the IFAD team in Bangladesh has provided a proposal to the Government for a certified safe transport and logistics system for movement of inputs and produce in rural areas.