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A new strategy for a new country: IFAD supports youth in South Sudan
To transform rural lives we must build a strong understanding of the countries we operate in. Find out how IFAD is doing just that in South Sudan.
Rural people rely on biodiversity. Here's how IFAD protects it
Biodiversity is especially important for small-scale farmers. Here’s how IFAD is further integrating it into projects all over the world.
Rural people make a beeline for prosperity
On World Bee Day, meet the pollinators buzzing to protect our planet and the rural people taking care of them.
Brewing up a better future for Sri Lankan tea farmers
Sri Lanka is among the world’s top five exporters of tea. But tea farmers here must balance making a profit and preserving the soil. Find out how IFAD is helping farmers diversify their income streams so they can be more resilient and secure a better life for themselves.
The sun is the unlikely solution to rural India's water problem
In India, two rural villages find comfort in solar-powered water systems.
Winds of change for Argentina’s herders
Climate change poses a myriad of challenges for Argentina’s rural herders. But one woman has no intention of backing down and tells us how she plans to forge a new way forward.
Five tips for journalists reporting on Indigenous Peoples
Journalists can play an important role in telling the stories of Indigenous Peoples. Here are five ways in which the media can report on these important communities in a meaningful way.
Caravan of hope: How mobile shelters changed the lives of shepherds in Türkiye
Shepherds in Türkiye rely on the Taurus Mountains for their livelihoods - but living and working in these highlands is no mean feat. Here’s how IFAD-funded caravans have provided them with more comfortable, hygienic and safe living conditions.