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Tanzania’s seaweed farmers bring the ocean’s bounty to the world

Climate change is making seaweed farming off Tanzania’s coast a challenge – but IFAD is supporting seaweed farmers so they can adapt to this new normal.

IFAD and Senegal partner to increase smallholder farmers’ resilience to external shocks

The financial agreement to fund the Food System Resilience Programme (FSRP) was signed recently by IFAD and the Government of Senegal, for a total cost of €€27.8 million.

To end hunger we need more investment in rural development and better ways to mobilize funding

“Our best chance of delivering on our commitment to end hunger by 2030 lies in scaling up investments, and developing new and innovative ways to mobilize funding,” flagged Alvaro Lario, President of IFAD, to an audience of UN Members States at the annual High Political Forum on Sustainable Development in New York.

IFAD and China forge stronger partnership to boost rural revitalization and South-South collaboration

Donal Brown, Associate Vice President of IFAD's Programme Management Department, visited China for the first time last week to enhance collaboration with Chinese policymakers and development partners. His visit focused on reaffirming a close partnership and advancing rural development initiatives within and beyond China.

How small-scale farmers in Saudi Arabia are preserving a cultural treasure

Coffee has been grown in Saudi Arabia for centuries. But today, climate change is taking its toll. See how one small-scale farmer has built a thriving coffee farm, and is preserving traditions, despite challenges.

Call for proposals: IFAD grant Agri Connect

This call for proposals is to select a recipient or consortium of recipients to receive IFAD grant financing to implement the project ‘Agri Connect.

Bridging the nutrition gap in Africa - Episode 63

In this episode, we embark on a culinary journey across West Africa and introduce IFAD’s newest Recipes for Change chef.

Cocoa farmers bring sweet dreams to life

Did you know nearly all of the world’s cocoa is produced by small-scale farmers? Let’s celebrate some of the people making our lives a little sweeter.