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Global Model United Nations (GMUN) is a simulation of the work of the United Nations, created in 2019 by students of BA Global Governance, University of Rome Tor Vergata, organized by the public universities of Rome in cooperation with IFAD.
On 16 and 17 June, IFAD will host the Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development (GFRID) 2021, which will be held virtually.
Join IFAD, Food Tank, the Global Alliance for the Future of Food and the Champions Network for the 2021 United Nations Food Systems Summit for a series of panel discussions to explore how to transform and strengthen the world’s food systems.
Farmers supported by the Smallholder Commercialization Programme have shifted from slash-and-burn cultivation to rice cultivation in inland swamps.
Join IFAD and Precision Agriculture for Development (PAD), featuring Nobel Laureate Professor Michael Kremer, in a dialogue about digital agriculture and the rural poor.
This side event at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is an opportunity to report on the progress made with the Indigenous Peoples’ Forum at IFAD.
This high-level dialogue will identify ways to expand activities, financing and partnerships to further leverage technology and innovation for transformation of agriculture in Africa.
IFAD Innovation Talk - No. 3
Side event at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII), supported by IFAD, FAO and WFP.
How spatial analysis was used to target poor and vulnerable communities in the design of IFAD-funded projects in Latin America.
IFAD is preparing the GCF Great Green Wall Umbrella Programme through a consultative process to ensure it responds to the needs and priorities of the countries involved.
This event will look at proposals from the UN Food Systems Summit process and solutions from different regions, and consider their potential from the perspectives of women entrepreneurs, investors, and other key stakeholders.
IFAD will present GeoScan, an innovative IT application giving access to over 180 data layers from verified sources that can be used in the design of IFAD strategies and projects for countries in West and Central Africa.
Find out more about how remote sensing products can be successfully incorporated into impact evaluation models, opening new possibilities for the assessment of ecosystem restoration programmes.