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Empowering and protecting rural women in the time of coronavirus
The April morning sun beats down on Kontagora, a lively market town in central Nigeria. Generators hum as milling machines husk the brown bran from rice grains, revealing glistening white kernels. COVID-19 is on everybody’s mind. But the thriving Tudun Wada South Rice Processors women’s cooperative is open for business.
Investing in Food in the Time of Coronavirus - Episode 7
We begin this month’s programme with an update on IFAD's operations and on investing in food during the time of coronavirus.
Recipes for Change: Chef Lance Seeto’s homemade chicken, ginger and greens soup
IFAD’s Recipes for Change chefs are adjusting to life in a world contending with COVID-19 – and as a part of that, they’re sharing some excellent recipes that you can make with ingredients you’ve already got in your home cupboard.
IFAD announces landmark investment in impact fund helping rural SMEs
In a continuation of its efforts to help small-scale farmers and micro-, small and medium size rural enterprises in developing countries create jobs and increase incomes, IFAD announced today it will make an investment of US$9 million (€8.4 million) into the Agri-Business Capital (ABC) Fund, a blended capital impact fund.
Recovery, reactivation and resilience: Confronting COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean
With half of the planet’s population locked down, the global economy brought to a halt and the number of cases reaching into the millions, it is clear that the COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest crisis of our time.
As Earth Day adopts a climate action theme, let’s not forget about smallholder farmers
On this day 50 years ago – the first Earth Day had just taken place – and a global movement was born.
Collaborating in a time of crisis: Three early takeaways from the COVID-19 response in India
The tremendous progress in reducing poverty made by India over the past 25 years could now be reversed because of the unprecedented emergency facing all of us – the COVID-19 pandemic.