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Join IFAD, the Smallholder and Agri-SME Finance and Investment Network (SAFIN), the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Good Food Hub to discuss the key impacts, challenges and unexpected opportunities for the future of financing agri-SMEs during times of crisis.
Innovation Day kicks off the IFAD'22 conference and will gather stakeholders to share knowledge on how to originate, pilot, test, and scale solutions that help solve challenges in rural development and climate-change adaptation.
The International Day of Family Remittances helps raise awareness of migrants’ crucial contribution to the development of their communities of origin.
The Annual General Assembly (AGA) of the Global Donor Platform for Rural Development (GDPRD) provides an open space for dialogue and discussion on critical emerging issues in rural development and food systems.
Through comprehensive discussion, this event will disseminate the RDR’s messages among Latin American and Caribbean decision-makers.
AgriTech Meet is a platform for key players in agriculture and food systems to discuss how to strengthen digital ecosystems in order to promote inclusive and sustainable agriculture and rural transformation.
Innovators spend 30% of their working week storytelling. Yet most lack formal training on how to use story frameworks and plotlines.
As part of the IFAD’s Rural Development Report Policy Dialogue Series, this discussion will focus on finding solutions for adopting a food systems approach to catalyze inclusive rural transformation in the Near East, North Africa, Central Asia region and Europe Region.
This International Migration Review Forum (IMRF) side event—hosted by IFAD, UN DESA, and the World Bank—focuses on migrants’ contribution to sustainable development. It will provide concrete suggestions on how to promote objectives 19 and 20 of the Global Compact for Migration.
As part of the IFAD’s Rural Development Report Policy Dialogue Series, this discussion will focus on challenges and opportunities to transform food systems for inclusive and prosperous rural transformation in West & Central Africa.
Biodiversity and the preservation of nature are essential to realizing the 2030 agenda and Paris Agreement. Yet, biodiversity loss is still on the rise.
This year’s COP15 theme, ‘Land. Life. Legacy: From scarcity to prosperity', is a call to action to ensure land, the lifeline on this planet, continues to benefit present and future generations.
As part of IFAD’s Rural Development Report Policy Dialogue Series, this event will explore using food systems for inclusive rural transformation in the East and Southern Africa region.
This year’s Forum focuses on “Indigenous peoples, business, autonomy and the human rights principles of due diligence including free, prior and informed consent”.
This event will present a Global Donor Platform for Rural Development (GDPRD) White Paper on “Transforming Food Systems – Directions for Enhancing the Catalytic Role of Donors”.
Food activists, chefs, climate journalists, and farmers discuss how to raise the visibility of people who deal with climate change on the frontline: small-scale rural farmers and producers who are fighting persistent droughts, frequent floods, and rising sea levels on a daily basis.
This side event will focus on proven gender transformative approaches that build resilience against climate unpredictability and transform individuals, in particular women, into agents of change.
This year’s Commission on the Status of Women (CSW66) focuses on achieving gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls in the context of climate change, environmental and disaster risk reduction policies and programmes.
International Women’s Day 2022 is an opportunity to demonstrate the potential and achievements of women in climate change action, while calling for increased participation of women in leadership roles.
The forty-fifth session focused on the overarching theme “Leveraging innovations and finance for a climate resilient and inclusive recovery.”
Join this Governing Council 45 informal event to hear our distinguished panel discuss how we can mobilize private investments to better support smallholder farmers face climate risks.
Join this Governing Council 45 informal event to learn how joint regional operations and financing can be used to bring together key players in the Sahel and harness the opportunities of this unique region.
Join us for the first in a series of debates on IFAD’s Rural Development Report where we will discuss the untapped potential of the food system midstreams—the activities after the farm gate, such as trading, storing, processing, and distributing to consumers.
The next eGFRID webinar, jointly hosted by IFAD and the European Commission (EC), will focus on the topic of “Remittances and investment: How migrants finance sustainable development.”
This event will focus on the catalytic and pivotal role of Public Development Banks in food and nutrition. The PDB Initiative proposed by IFAD will be presented.
This webinar will present innovative rural poultry development models and explore their potential replication in other countries.
This event will address a range of specific issues in the context of nutrition-sensitive projects in East and Southern Africa benefiting from IFAD investments and grants with partners.
The Tokyo Nutrition for Growth (N4G) Summit provides a historic opportunity to transform the way the world tackles the global challenge of malnutrition.
Join us in discussing how decent work opportunities, social protection mechanisms and workforce nutrition programmes can help achieve global nutrition security.
The first-ever 50x2030 Global Data Use Conference brought together attendees from around the world to discuss the potential uses of survey data as a tool to aid global development.
This N4G side event brings together perspectives from government representatives, food systems experts, and civil society organizations to discuss food systems solutions to increase food availability and affordability for rural people, identify interlinkages, and connect the dots.
Join us for the launch of the Following the Thread of Yak report, which looks at the yak hair industry, particularly the untapped potential of yak production in the High Asia region, and examines the impact on indigenous communities and native producers of yak fibre.
Policy mapping and prioritization exercise across 8 countries: Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey and Uzbekistan.
This eGFRID virtual webinar, hosted by IFAD for Financial Inclusion Week, will present opportunities to promote greater digital and financial inclusion for migrants and their family members back home.
This IFAD-moderated virtual event takes place within the framework of the Diaspora Innovation Days in Africa (DIDA) 2021, a virtual gathering hosted by the African Diaspora Youth Forum Europe.
Join IFAD, the Asian Development Bank, ENEL Green Power, FAO, UNDP and others for a dialogue about how tracking results and targeted impact investing can drive the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Precision farming is transforming the agricultural landscape by optimizing the management of inputs based on the site-specific requirements of farm fields and animals, thereby enabling more effective and efficient use of natural, human, and financial resources.
Public Development Banks will convene for a second time to reiterate and reinforce their commitments in support of common actions for climate and sustainable development.
15 October is the International Day of Rural Women. With these Gender Awards, IFAD celebrates the women and girls who play a crucial role in bringing gender transformation and women's empowerment to rural areas.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is the foremost inclusive international and intergovernmental platform working to ensure food security and nutrition for all. Using an inclusive multi-stakeholder approach, CFS develops and endorses policy recommendations and guidance on a wide range of food security and nutrition topics.
This webinar will present the work of the Jaringan Kerja Pemetaan Partisipatif (in English: Indonesian Community Mapping Network).
In this consultation space for rural youth, part of the Pre-COP26 Youth Summit in Milan, we will hear directly from young farmers who are underserved by global climate finance flows.
This event will feature new evidence on, and approaches to generating evidence on, fostering inclusive climate actions in rural spaces.
This webinar will present the new GAEZ v4 platform. It will give an overview of the data the platform contains and how they can be accessed. It will also provide examples of how the data can be used to support agricultural projects and frameworks.
This third Lab webinar will present instruments for enhancing environmental and socio-economic impact assessment focused on agriculture, forestry, and land use (AFOLU).
The report promotes equitable livelihoods for rural people, who are front and centre in transforming food systems, alongside the need to improve nutrition and protect the environment.
To amplify the voices of small-scale farmers and other rural people in sub-Saharan Africa, Farm Radio International has partnered with IFAD, World Vision Canada, and the Canadian Food Security Policy Group to conduct a series of On-Air Dialogues.
Únase a las Agencias de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura con sede en Roma, el FIDA, la FAO, y el PMA, en el Día de las Naciones Unidas para la Cooperación Sur-Sur. El tema de este año es: La transformación de los sistemas agroalimentarios y las voces del Sur global.
The theme for UNGA 2021 is "Building resilience through hope." Hope will help us recover from COVID-19, rebuild sustainability, respond to the needs of the planet, respect the rights of people, and revitalize the United Nations.
This event will highlight donor perspectives on the food systems agenda in response to the UN Food Systems Summit.
Join us for the launch of IFAD’s first comprehensive report on a holistic approach to sustainable production and food systems.
This Pre–Food Systems Summit session will hear from leaders from the public sector, Public Development Banks (PDBs), private investors, farmers’ organizations, and others to discuss how PDBs can catalyse more green and inclusive investments in food and agriculture, and channel more financing towards small-scale producers.
This Pre–Food Systems Summit session gives a voice to small-scale producers and agri-entrepreneurs in poor and marginalized areas who may not otherwise be heard.
This three-day Pre-Summit will bring together the efforts and contributions of the global engagement process designed to give shape to our ambitions to transform our food systems.
In this pre–Food Systems Summit session, we will take a close look at the challenges food systems are facing, the key drivers of change, and the potential game-changing solutions.
This session presents lessons learned from IFAD’s ASAP Programme to highlight practical ways to support the resilience of small-scale farmers around the world.
Over two days of virtual events on 14 and 15 July, Devex reporters will dig into what is on the agenda, talk to experts both inside and outside the planning process, and set the stage for what success looks like for the pre-Summit and Summit to follow.
This webinar introduced the role of the public sector in Israel in creating and enabling environments and platforms for the assimilation of innovative agri-tech into farming practices.
This study compared the average pasture conditions between 2000–2004 and 2016–2020 using Landsat-based spectral indices and a digital elevation model. The remote sensing analysis took pasture types, grazing periods, altitudes, and a dataset with field measurements into account.
This webinar will launch a new report by Grow Asia, commissioned by IFAD, that illustrates how digital technologies are reshaping agriculture in the region.
How to integrate reforms in social protection programmes with agricultural and rural interventions to benefit family farmers and improve their resilience.
The Global Model United Nations is a simulation of the work of the United Nations. It was created in 2019 by students of University of Rome Tor Vergata and is organized by the public universities of Rome in cooperation with IFAD.
Join ICIMOD and IFAD for the launch of a Resource Book and policy briefs for the transitioning of shifting cultivation to more resilient farming systems.
Join us for this Food Systems Summit independent dialogue exploring possible solutions and actions to make aquatic foods a key part of food systems transformation.
On 16 and 17 June, IFAD will host the Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development 2021, 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.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is the foremost inclusive international and intergovernmental platform working to ensure food security and nutrition for all.
Join us, along with panellists from academia, research, governments, civil society and development agencies, to discuss the climate-nutrition nexus.
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 the transformation of agriculture in Africa.
A side event at the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, supported by IFAD, FAO and WFP.
This webinar discusses 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.
This short and informative webinar will present an interesting geo-spatial study that used pasture type maps, geo-botany maps, and remote sensing to analyse the health of pastures in one municipality in Kyrgyzstan.
While we may have clear intentions, our decisions are not always a reflection of the goals we wish to achieve.
Join us to talk about the potential of neglected and underutilized species.
In advance of the UN Food Systems Summit, stakeholders from all sectors are convening through Food Systems Summit Dialogues, organized to identify game-changing solutions with transformative potential to achieve sustainable food systems.
This short and informative webinar will present a geo-spatial climate vulnerability mapping tool developed by GeoAdapt, a project funded by IFAD’s Adaptation for Smallholder Agriculture Programme II.
Este año, queremos celebrar los enormes esfuerzos que realizan mujeres y niñas en todo el mundo para forjar un futuro más igualitario y recuperarse de la pandemia de la Covid-19.
Join IFAD, IFPRI and CGIAR for the launch of the Agricultural Investment Data Analyzer tool (AIDA).
Join us on Wednesday and Thursday for the 44th session of the IFAD Governing Council - IFAD’s main decision-making body. The overarching theme this year is rural development: a prerequisite for global resilience.
The fifth global meeting of the Forum will focus on the value of indigenous food systems: resilience in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our planet is getting warmer, which has a growing impact on our societies and economies. We need to adapt to a new, more extreme climate.
This seminar intends to promote the sharing of knowledge, experiences and lessons learned on poverty reduction and digitalization through the use of South-South and Triangular Cooperation.
In this second of three events hosted by IFAD and Devex, we will shine a light on the needs of small-scale farmers in the face of climate change, as well as the barriers hindering them from accessing climate finance.
The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has set up the Youth at Heart virtual forum to address the challenges young people face when entering the labour market.
The selected theme for this year’s AGA, “Pathways for Food Systems Transformation,” will open a discussion on what processes are needed at local, national, regional and global levels to underpin food systems transformation, and on the role that donors can play in catalyzing and supporting such processes.
IFAD's RTA programme can help countries meet the challenges of modernizing their agriculture sector. To learn more about this innovative service, join our webinar, being held as part of the Diplomacy Festival.
This event will showcase how Indigenous Peoples’ knowledge, cultural values, and sustainable management systems are essential to a more food secure future. It will address the increased challenges faced by Indigenous Peoples in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the importance of building mutually beneficial partnerships with their communities and organizations to leave no-one behind.
To coincide with the UN International Day of Rural Women, this first virtual event will elevate the value these women and girls bring to their families and communities even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year marks the first observance of the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste. It also comes during the global COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought about a global wake-up on the need to transform and rebalance the way our food is produced and consumed.