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Five tips for journalists reporting on Indigenous Peoples
Journalists can play an important role in telling the stories of Indigenous Peoples. Here are five ways in which the media can report on these important communities in a meaningful way.
IFAD President and President of Kenya agree to accelerate agriculture and adapt to climate crisis
On his first official visit to Kenya, Alvaro Lario, President of IFAD, met with William Ruto, President of Kenya, to strengthen IFAD and Kenya’s long-standing partnership to scale up investments in agriculture and help small-scale farmers adapt to climate change.
Caravan of hope: How mobile shelters changed the lives of shepherds in Türkiye
Shepherds in Türkiye rely on the Taurus Mountains for their livelihoods - but living and working in these highlands is no mean feat. Here’s how IFAD-funded caravans have provided them with more comfortable, hygienic and safe living conditions.
Urgent investment in rural areas is needed to safeguard global food security says UN’s IFAD
To avert future food crises and growing global hunger, IFAD's President Alvaro Lario arrives in Washington this week with an urgent call for increased investment in the small-scale farmers who produce one-third of the world’s food.
Japan and UN’s IFAD boost global food security by connecting small-scale producers to the private sector
In a statement released today by Alvaro Lario, President of the UN’s International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and Tetsuro Nomura, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries of Japan (MAFF), the two leaders announced the launch of the Enhanced Linkages between Private Sector and Small-scale Producers initiative (ELPS).
IFAD at the Perugia International Journalism Festival
How do we make reporting on Indigenous Peoples’ issues safe and meaningful? IFAD will engage with the journalistic community in an event at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia, as part of its work to raise the voice of the poorest and most disenfranchised rural people.
IFAD President Alvaro Lario meets Minister Tetsuro Nomura and joins the G7 Agriculture Ministers' Meeting in Miyazaki, Japan
As the world braces for yet another year of uncertainty amid multiple crises, IFAD's President Alvaro Lario will make his second official visit to Japan to bring the voices of poor small-scale food producers in developing countries.