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Governments need to halt the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on rural women, says IFAD President on International Day of Rural Women
Our food supply is at risk if we don’t start prioritizing rural women during this pandemic, said Gilbert F. Houngbo, President of IFAD in a strong call to governments to increase their investments in rural women.
Consultation on IFAD’s Social, Environmental and Climate Assessment Procedures
IFAD is currently updating its Social, Environmental and Climate Assessment Procedures (SECAP) which was introduced in 2015 and last updated in 2017. This ongoing update of SECAP is not intended to be a comprehensive revision of the Procedures.
Rural women: The key to building back better in a post-COVID world
In times of crisis, rural women are the key that holds families and rural communities together – and in times like these, they need our support more than ever.
Dutch poverty fighter joins UN agency IFAD as global poverty rates rise
Meike van Ginneneken joins IFAD today as the new Associate Vice President of the Strategy and Knowledge Department.
Nourishing a sustainable cocoa trade in the Solomon Islands
On a dusty side street in Auki, a seaside market town on the island of Malaita, Arania Enterprises is bustling.
IFAD-supported projects help women come back to the countryside
La vida en las zonas rurales no siempre es fácil, especialmente para las mujeres, cuyas contribuciones y éxitos no han recibido la atención que merecen hasta hace bien poco.
Taking back springtime: IFAD-supported project revitalizes irrigation in remote China
The return of spring to Santiaogou, a tiny village nestled high in China’s remote, mountainous Qinghai province, should have been idyllic.
New rural finance programme to help millions of Ethiopian farmers build resilience in the face of climate change and COVID-19
Against the backdrop of the global impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, the Government of Ethiopia and IFAD have launched a new US$305.7 million programme to help the most vulnerable farmers increase their resilience.