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IFAD provides US$13.2 million to Ethiopia to tackle land degradation

Rome, 19 June 2009 – Ethiopia loses about 2 billion tons of fertile soils to land degradation each year. As waterways silt up, irrigation development and

Index insurance has potential to help manage climate risks and reduce poverty, says upcoming publication

New York and Rome, 5 June 2009— World Environment Day reminds us that climate has always presented a challenge to farmers, herders and others whose livelihoods

IFAD provides US$23.89 million to Afghanistan for rural microfinance and livestock

Rome, 7 July 2009 – After G8 foreign ministers last month agreed to boost their cooperation in stabilizing Afghanistan, the International Fund for Agricultural

UN warns of more food shortages without strong action

Joint press release Madrid meeting takes on global food, nutrition and agriculture problems (MADRID, 26 January) pledged today to step up commitments against

UN’s rural poverty agency, IFAD, names a finance and development expert as new Vice-President

Yukiko Omura to take up post in early 2010 Rome, 16 December 2009 – Kanayo F. Nwanze, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development

Les acquisitions de terres en Afrique posent des risques pour les ruraux pauvres

La première étude détaillée du phénomène met en garde contre ses effets sur les communautés rurales mais évoque aussi les bénéfices possibles Rome, 25

US$3 million IFAD loan to Rural Finance Programme in Belize

Rome, 19 May 2009 – Efforts by poor rural people in Belize to lift themselves out of poverty are being bolstered by a US$3 million loan from IFAD to Belize,

El FIDA otorga un préstamo de 3 millones de dólares para el Programa de Financiación Rural en Belice

Roma, 19 de mayo de 2009. Los esfuerzos de la población rural pobre para salir de la pobreza en Belice reciben impulso gracias a un préstamo de 3 millones

IFAD provides Burundi with US$13.57 million for agricultural recovery

Rome, 14 May 2009 – The lives and livelihoods of poor rural people in Burundi are set to change for the better thanks to a US$13.57 million grant from

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