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Democratic People's Republic of Korea

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Projects Includes planned, ongoing and closed projects

US$ 98.13 million

Total Project Cost

US$ 69.07 million

Total IFAD financing

90,900

Households impacted


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IFAD began working in Democratic People's Republic of Korea in 1996. 

To date, IFAD has supported three programmes in the country for a total of US$98.1 million,  benefiting about 90,900 poor rural households.

IFAD does not currently have active operations in Democratic People's Republic of Korea.  


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Projects and Programmes

PLANNED Under design after concept note approval

APPROVED Approved by the Executive Board or IFAD President

SIGNED Financing agreements signed

ONGOING Under implementation

CLOSED Completed/closed projects

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The Republic of Korea and IFAD: working for food security and rural development

July 2017
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) emerged from the food crisis of the early 1970s and the World Food Conference of 1974. With financial support from Korea and other development partners, IFAD was created as both a specialized agency of the United Nations and an international financial institution. IFAD supports measures that help people in rural areas to overcome poverty and build better lives. Since its creation, FAD has helped about 464 million people to grow more food, better manage their land and other natural resources, learn new skills, start businesses, build strong organizations, and gain a voice in decisions that affect their lives.