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ASAP Egypt factsheet

agosto 2015
The SAIL programme has several components: i) community and livelihood development, ii) agriculture development and diversification, and iii) rural financial services. The community development activities will focus on the ''new lands'' that have been settled by smallholder farmers. Community development associations will be strengthened so that they can allow for the inclusion of women and youth. The project will also provide buildings and financing for schools, health clinics, community centres and clean water infrastructure.

ASAP Niger factsheet

agosto 2015
Family Farming Development Programme (ProDAF) in Maradi, Tahoua and Zinder.

Indonesia: Policy study to add value to the project design process

agosto 2015
The Integrated Participatory Development and Management of Irrigation Project (IPDMIP) in Eastern and Western Indonesia is a major initiative supporting smallholder irrigated agriculture in that country. The project is expected to start in 2016, supporting smallholder farmers who depend on irrigation in up to 74 target districts in 16 provinces.

Introduction du pompage à énergie solaire dans les oasis de Mauritanie

julio 2015
Dans le cadre du Programme de développement durable des oasis (PDDO), le Gouvernement mauritanien, le Fonds international de développement agricole (FIDA) et le Fonds pour l’environnement mondial (FEM) ont introduit et testé le pompage à énergie solaire de l’eau à usage agricole dans les oasis.

ASAP Morocco factsheet

julio 2015
The first programme component will focus on three areas: plants/crops, animals and infrastructure.

Leveraging South-South and Triangular Cooperation to achieve results - Proceedings of the IFAD Roundtable Discussion

julio 2015
On 7 July 2015, IFAD’s Strategy and Knowledge Department convened a roundtable discussion entitled “Leveraging South-South and Triangular Cooperation to Achieve Results”. The event benefited from contributions made by more than 50 participants, including both IFAD stakeholders (management, staff and Member State representatives) and participants representing IFAD grantees, sister institutions and partners, including: the African Development Bank, CIRAD, Embrapa, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the International Poverty Reduction Center in China, PROCASUR, the United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation, the World Bank Group and the World Food Programme. The roundtable focused on four areas of discussion: (i) the evolving context – the ‘utility’, demand, supply, risks and opportunities – associated with delivering South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC) activities; (ii) incorporating technical assistance exchanges, study tours, learning routes and similar activities into countries’ development strategies; (iii) using grant mechanisms to facilitate the transfer of development solutions through SSTC; (iv) developing knowledge hubs and other models. A number of observations, experiences and good practices were shared over the course of the day, and much of the richness of the discussion has been recorded in the following pages of this report. The most salient messages are presented in the Conclusions section and are summarized briefly below.

Delivering public, private and semi-private goods: Institutional issues and implementation arrangements

junio 2015
IFAD uses several approaches to deliver a mix of public, private and semi-private goods to poor people living in rural areas. These approaches include: community-driven development (CDD), which targets communities and empowers them to improve their livelihoods; value chain development, which links poor producers to markets through farmers’ organizations; and territorial development, where the focus is a specific geographic territory or area.

Annual reports on investigative and anti-corruption activities 2014

junio 2015
De conformidad con su mandato, la Oficina de Auditoría y Supervisión (AUO) y la Sección de Investigaciones (IS) desempeñaron un papel fundamental en la defensa de la postura del FIDA de tolerancia cero contra la corrupción, el fraude y la conducta indebida en 2014. También colaboró de manera eficaz en las actividades de gestión de riesgos del FIDA, centrándose en las esferas que afectan de modo más marcado al modelo operacional y financiero del FIDA según este va evolucionando, y asegurándose de que se tomen medidas de manera oportuna y eficaz respecto de las supuestas irregularidades.

Getting to work: financing a new agenda for rural transformation

junio 2015
This paper offers IFAD’s perspective on some of the key issues on the current debate on financing for development.

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