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Egypt to enhance food security with IFAD US$71 million loan and grant

IFAD President to meet the Minister of Agriculture Rome, 23 April 2012 – The President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Kanayo

IFAD President says rural development is key to achieving MDGs

Press release number: IFAD 39/04 Rome, 24 November 2004 - Rural development is the key to meeting the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) on poverty reduction,

Debating the future of small-scale agriculture and rural development

Rome, 10 March – A new research series launched today at IFAD aims to spark debate around critical global issues that affect smallholder agriculture and rural development.

International leaders gather at United Nations to promise action on Zero Hunger Challenge

New York, 25 September 2014 – Leaders in the fight against world hunger will gather today at the United Nations to commit themselves to end hunger in our

United Nations International Day for South-South Cooperation

IFAD for southern grown development solutions Rome, 19 December 2011 – While the financial crisis still casts a shadow over many countries, the benefits

IFAD launches report on women and desertification

Press release number IFAD 28/06 Rome, May 29, 2006. The impact of desertification on women around the world and their role in dealing with the problem

US$46 million IFAD loan and $1 million IFAD grant to improve Chinese smallholder farming families lives

Hani and Yi minority workers pick lichee fruit in Jiangcheng County. The project is financing the development of 7,200 ha of divers permanent crops which

US$ 48 million IFAD support to Egyptian farmers for improved water management related to climate change

Rome, 16 February 2010 – A new US$72 million project in Egypt will help small farmers maximize their efficiency in using scarce water resources and achieve

US$22.33 million loan to Ghana will enhance agricultural and rural growth and help reduce poverty

Press release No.: IFAD/41/08 Rome – 12 September 2008. A $22.33 million loan to the Republic of Ghana from IFAD will increase investment in rural areas