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Strengthening performance and sharing success: IFAD and its regional partners meet in Ghana

Rome-Accra, 30 November – Representatives of government, civil society and farmer organizations, the private sector, development partners, project staff

IFAD provides US$39 million to Ethiopia to improve the lives of pastoralists and their families

Rome, 26 November 2009 – A US$19.5 million loan and a US$19.5 million grant from IFAD to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia will support the delivery

US$6 million to boost rural and agricultural finance in Ghana

Rome, 23 November – A US$6 million loan to the Republic of Ghana from IFAD will allow rural poor people and smallholder farmers to achieve better livelihoods

IFAD President says developing countries, too, must make agriculture a funding priority

Rome, 18 November - On the final day of the World Summit on Food Security, the head of the UN's rural poverty agency said he was pleased to see how developing

UN rural poverty agency President on first visit to India since taking office

Food security, research and scaling up of projects on discussion agenda Rome, 19 November - Kanayo F. Nwanze, the President of the International Fund for

IFAD-financed projects and programmes in Eastern and Southern Africa work together on ways to boost agricultural productivity

Project and programme managers, experts in rural and agricultural development and IFAD officials discuss how market access and crop and livestock integration

IFAD provides US$18.33 million to boost crop maximization in Pakistan

Rome, 11 November 2009 – A US$18.33 million loan from IFAD to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan will fund an innovative project to help smallholder farmers

UN rural poverty agency calls to heed small farmer’s voice in Copenhagen

Rome, 10 November 2009 – The five hundred million smallholder farms feeding at least one-third of humanity, who are feeling the harshest impact of climate

IFAD provides US$22 million to boost sustainable water management in Bangladesh

Rome, 6 November 2009 – A US$22 million loan from IFAD to the People's Republic of Bangladesh will improve rural livelihoods through investments in sustainable

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