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Join IFAD, the Asian Development Bank, ENEL Green Power, FAO and UNDP and others for a dialogue about how tracking results and targeted impact investing can drive the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Precision Farming is transforming the agriculture landscape by supporting farmers with optimal management of agriculture inputs based on site-specific requirements of farm fields and animals, enabling more effective and efficient use of natural, human, and financial resources.
The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is the foremost inclusive international and intergovernmental platform for all stakeholders to work together to ensure food security and nutrition for all. Using a multi-stakeholder, inclusive 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 (JKPP - in English: Indonesian Community Mapping Network).
In this consultation space for rural youth during the Pre-Cop26 Youth Summit in Milan, we will hear directly from young farmers who are underserved by global climate finance flows.
The second session brings together lessons from 2020’s TerraFund, from the World Resources Institute, and 2018’s Smallholder Forestry Vehicle (SPV), from Komaza. Both instruments allow investments in regenerative practices by smallholder farmers.
This event will feature new evidence 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 it can be accessed. It will also give examples how the data can be used to support agricultural projects and frameworks.
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 partnered with IFAD, World Vision Canada, and the Canadian Food Security Policy Group to conduct a series of On Air Dialogues.
Join the Rome-based food and agriculture agencies, IFAD, FAO, and WFP for the UN Day for South-South Cooperation. The theme this year is agri-food systems transformation and voices from the global South.
The theme for UNGA 2021 is Building resilience through hope to 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 key elements of 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 – responsible for over two thirds of formal financing for agriculture – can catalyse more green and inclusive investments in food and agriculture, and channel more financing towards small-scale producers.
This Pre-Summit session gives a voice to small-scale producers and agri-entrepreneurs in poor and marginalized areas who may not otherwise be heard.
Lessons learned from IFAD’s Adaptation to Smallholder Agriculture Programme to highlight practical ways to support the resilience of the small-scale farmers around the world.
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 in to farming practices.
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 study compared the average pasture conditions of 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, which illustrates how digital technologies are reshaping agriculture in the region.