Indigenous youth in agriculture during COVID-19
Smartphones keep track of IFAD projects’ achievements and challenges in Brazil during COVID-19
Free-range chicken farming a success in remote Viet Nam
Member State delegates welcome Special Envoys in support of IFAD’s Twelfth Replenishment
Annual Report 2019 reaffirms the importance of IFAD’s investments in challenging times
From project participant to project staff: Priscilla Torres’s story of growth
Social media helps young rural Kenyan entrepreneurs battle the COVID-19 shutdown
Until COVID-19 hit in March, the G-Star Youth Group’s banana processing factory was buzzing with activity.
The importance of data management for pastoral communities
Indigenous knowledge – and resilience – in a COVID-19 world
The red gold of Azilal: How thyme and saffron empower women in Morocco's High Atlas
One small step: Empowering micro-, small and medium businesses across South Asia
Get sick or go hungry: Afghan nomads battle against COVID-19
Looking inward: I-Kiribati fight a double health crisis
From La Paz to Turco: Going back to the roots to start a new life
Anka’s story: Working smarter – and fairer – in Montenegro
Keeping exports flowing: Saving development gains in Rwanda
On tap: How regular water supply helped farmers discover a green thumb in Bhutan
Despite the lush greenery that surrounds Ngarpongtang village in Thangrong, Bhutan, until recently, it was impossible to grow vegetables there. “I used to have to go to other villages to exchange pinewood for vegetables,” says Wangdi, a 54-year-old farmer. “We couldn’t get vegetables to grow here.”
Sending money home: Ten reasons why remittances matter, now more than ever
Every year, on 16 June, the International Day of Family Remittances (IDFR) is observed in recognition of the fundamental contribution of migrant workers to their families and communities back home and to the sustainable development of their countries of origin.
Mitigating the impact of COVID-19 on small-scale agriculture in The Gambia
Planting seeds in the new normal: Rural women in Pakistan amid COVID-19
In rural Pakistan, women are important partners in agricultural development. They perform a variety of crucial tasks, including weeding and tilling land, planting seeds, collecting farmyard manure and harvesting. They are also responsible for cleaning, drying and storing grains.