Improving a community while fighting climate change
Ending extreme poverty through household mentoring
Improving livelihood througth livestock
Reducing hunger through agricultural cooperatives
Recovering lost traditions
Producing climate smart cassava in Mozambique
Transforming desert land into a profitable fruit oasis
Cashing in on cows
The importance of drinking water supplies for rural women
Water breathes new life into an isolated mountain village in Tajikistan
Water, Rural Livelihoods, Jobs and Food: Planning a Sustainable Future
Celebrating International Youth Day 2015
Today's generation of young people – defined by the United Nations as those aged 15 to 24 – is the largest in history.
An estimated 87 per cent of the world's young people live in developing countries, and the majority live in rural areas.
However, in the world's poorest countries, opportunities for youth are often limited or non-existent, leaving them marginalized politically, economically and socially.