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Responding to Kenya's changing climate

March 2016
Date: 16 March 2016 In eastern Kenya, the dry season is getting longer, and rainfall is less predictable. Only two per cent of people have enough food throughout the year, and almost half the children under five are malnourished. Maize is the predominant crop – but three out of four maize harvests fail.

Italian top chef Carlo Cracco cooks a “Recipe for Change” on World Environment Day

March 2016
The theme of this year's World Environment Day, which falls on 5 June, is sustainable lifestyles. So, to celebrate the occasion, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) partnered with Italian celebrity chef, Carlo Cracco, to bring attention to the impact that climate change is having on many of the world's traditional foods.

Lesotho's award-winning chef talks climate change and supporting small farmers

March 2016
In the high rocky peaks of the African mountain kingdom Lesotho, a female chef has been creating a buzz in international culinary circles by combining ancient traditional recipes from Mosotho elders with fresh local products sourced from smallholder farmers around the remote town of Thaba Tseka.

The diversity of rural women

March 2016
Date: 8 March 2016 There are more than 370 million indigenous persons in the world and 50 per cent are women.

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