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Farms. Food. Future. IFAD’s monthly podcast

Farms. Food. Future. IFAD’s monthly podcast

Through the podcast, we raise awareness on the challenges smallholder farmers in developing countries are facing around food security.

Farms. Food. Future. includes interviews with IFAD experts, partners and donors, celebrities, and farmers.

It promotes the power of smallholder farmers as a force for change.

Farms. Food. Future. captures the exciting work IFAD is doing working on the front line of farming for development, dealing everyday with climate change, environmental sustainability, gender, youth, nutrition and indigenous peoples’ issues.

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Building biodiversity for a successful farming future – Episode 38

November 2022 - PODCAST
This month we kick off with the Conference of the Parties on Biological Diversity, or COP 15, followed by three IFAD projects that put biodiversity and conservation at the forefront of their missions.

Climate Change in Africa, what’s really happening? –  Episode 37

October 2022 - PODCAST
COP27 is upon us – join us for an African perspective on what to expect from this year’s UN climate change conference in Egypt.

Fighting Climate Change in South Asia – Episode 36

September 2022 - PODCAST
From chefs in India to fisheries in Maldives, we examine how the relationship between agriculture and climate change is affecting South Asia. We also reflect on 75 years of independence in India and Pakistan and learn about IFAD’s work in Bhutan and Maldives, and so much more in this bumper episode.

Racking up Renewables in Africa - Episode 35

August 2022 - PODCAST
With fossil fuels dwindling and access to energy already scarce in Africa, people are turning to renewable energy. In this month’s podcast, energy specialist, Dan Martin, explains how IFAD incorporates renewable energy into its projects, while a farmer tells us about the reality of renewable energies on the ground.

Good Nutrition Better Lives, Focus on Africa - Episode 34

July 2022 - PODCAST
In Africa, almost 800 million people are facing food insecurity. This situation is made worse by a triple crisis - COVID-19, climate change, and conflict. In this podcast, our team take us on a journey through the nutrition landscape for small-scale farmers across Africa.

Building Resilience in a Time of Famine – Episode 33

June 2022 - PODCAST
20 million people in the Horn of Africa are at risk of starvation, largely due to a four-year drought making the region the driest it’s been in forty years. Dr Joseph Awange and IFAD’s Satu Santala discuss the root causes of famine and the solutions we can put in place.

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