No ordinary solution: Afro-Colombian ingenuity in the fight against COVID-19
Before and during COVID-19, an e-voucher initiative makes a difference for Kenyan farmers
Chef Bela Gil’s pesto-millet balls: A lockdown-friendly recipe
We’ve been asking our Recipes for Change chefs to tell us how they are adapting to life during the coronavirus pandemic – and to share a delicious recipe that can be made with basic cupboard ingredients.
Empowering and protecting rural women in the time of coronavirus
Recipes for Change: Chef Lance Seeto’s homemade chicken, ginger and greens soup
#IFADatwork: our mission in the time of COVID-19
IFAD-funded water system helps Kenyan students stay safe
Recipes for Change: India, Chilka Roti - Rice and Millet Crêpes
Recipes for Change: Chef Pierre Thiam shares a lockdown-friendly vegan chilli recipe
IFAD’s Recipes for Change chefs are carrying on with life under lockdown by sharing some excellent recipes that you can make with ingredients you’ve already got in your home cupboard. Senegalese Chef Pierre Thiam joins us from his home in New York State with a delicious recipe for vegan chilli.
Solidarity and flexibility: IFAD-supported artisans produce masks and hairnets to fight coronavirus in Brazil
Recipes For Change: Chef Bowerman’s take on cooking from home under lockdown
As the world adjusts to life with COVID-19, we’re asking our Recipes for Change chefs to share some world-class recipes that you can make with ingredients you’ve already got in your home cupboard. Michelin-starred Chef Cristina Bowerman shares two simple and nutritious recipes involving chickpeas.
A future for students with water, vegetables and roses
In Kenya’s Nyeri county, sustainable water system technologies have substantially improved the lives of students, staff and surrounding communities and have opened up a brighter future for many.
Recipes for Change: Dhindo – corn flour purée with nettle leaf curry and pickled tomatoes – Nepal
Scaling-out gender transformation for climate change
Development approaches must address structural barriers and power imbalances for women and other marginalized groups to adapt to climate change.
Djibouti’s “mother counsellors” are agents of change
Building for biodiversity: How one fence saved Kenyan farmers, crops – and wildlife
We often think of elephants as gentle giants. Beloved by nature enthusiasts the world over, they are an iconic presence in the forests and grasslands of Africa and Asia. They are also a keystone species, indispensable for maintaining the biodiversity of the ecosystems in which they live.
Rwandan silkworm farmers weave links to global markets
Could avocados save Nairobi's water?
Esther Wandia is an avocado convert. Two years ago, the single mother of four decided to set up a tree nursery on her farm in Makomboki, in a hilly area north of Nairobi known for its tea production.
Cacao: How just one crop has boosted an entire country’s exports
Beating back climate impacts in Bhutan
Stronger together: The power of farmers’ organizations
Building women’s resilience and livelihoods
Five ways bamboo can fight climate change
With an estimated 30 million hectares throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia and the Americas, bamboo can provide a significant contribution to combatting climate change in the developing world, particularly in rural communities.
New tool improves the visibility of farmers and rural producers’ organizations
Grassroots and international farmers’ and rural producers’ organizations play an invaluable role as representatives of the farming community.