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How nature based solutions are transforming lives

November 2021
Nature-based solutions is a concept that highlights the fact that people can proactively protect, manage or restore natural ecosystems, while significantly contributing to addressing six major challenges: climate change, food security, water security, human health, disaster risk, and social and economic development.

Rural Youth Innovation Award honours youth leaders fighting COVID-19

August 2021
IFAD believes in the tremendous innovative capacity of rural youth – and we take seriously our responsibility to support young people in their constant search for change and innovation. That’s why this year’s Rural Youth Innovation Award in Latin America and the Caribbean, a project financed by the China-IFAD SSTC Facility, focused on initiatives led by young people fighting the pandemic.

Creating smoke-free kitchens in Nepal through Indigenous community empowerment

August 2021
EcoHimal Nepal is a national non-government organization that works with rural mountain communities. They developed a project with NELHOS, another local organization funded by IFAD, in Rukuma and Chepuwa villages of Bhotkhola Rural municipality to develop ‘’smoke-free kitchens’’.

Upholding cultural traditions in Tonga

March 2021
An old Tongan proverb says that a successful village lives together, works together, and helps one another. This is especially true for handicrafts, an integral part of traditional Tongan culture.

Fai fatongia: One island’s path to food security, COVID mitigation and climate resilience

January 2021
In the Kingdom of Tonga, fai fatongia rules the day. Under this principle, which translates to “fulfilling one’s responsibility,” Tongans traditionally put the collective good first and their individual needs second.

Rural women in Latin America take control of food production – and their own development

October 2020
All across Latin America, rural women are taking charge of their communities’ food production – and their own economic and personal development.

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