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The Lare Milk Dealers find their niche

September 2021
Milk processing is normally a profitable venture in Kenya’s Nakuru County, but the Lare Milk Dealers Youth Group struggled to enter the market at first. Thanks to trainings hosted by an IFAD-supported project and some innovative additions to their business model, they’re now thriving.

Black jelly brings a more resilient future for rural Viet Nam

September 2021
Light and refreshing, with a mild, earthy flavour, Vietnamese black jelly is the perfect end-of-summer treat. It’s already popular throughout Viet Nam and its neighbouring countries – and thanks to the work of local growers and an IFAD-supported project, it’s now destined for wider audiences.

Restoration takes root: Nasreen’s story

September 2021
Nasreen’s family was struggling to make ends meet. Now, thanks to an IFAD-supported project, she runs her own ecological farm that produces high-quality, chemical-free vegetables – all while it restores the local ecosystem.

What we’re reading for World Water Week

August 2021
Here’s a list of our favourite books and other resources about the state of water in our world and the way it intersects with our politics, economics and societies.

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