Blogs

Publicador de contenidos

Search Results Filters

Resultados de la búsqueda

Preventing the next pandemic by integrating human, animal and environmental health

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clearer than ever that human health is not just a matter of providing people with medical care. To avoid future pandemics, we need to recognize that the well-being of people, animals, plants and ecosystems must be addressed as a dynamic whole.

Re-imagining food systems through the climate–nutrition nexus

The food we eat plays a role in not just our health, but that of our descendants. How we grow, hunt, fish or gather it, how we process it and bring it to market, affects the world around us. These simple relationships are the foundation of the climate–nutrition nexus.

Three ways IFAD can support digital agriculture in the Asia-Pacific region

Farmers and agribusinesses across the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly making use of new digital technologies. IFAD and Grow Asia have recently released a report exploring how these technologies are reshaping the region’s agriculture and how IFAD’s investments can accelerate the adoption of these technologies.

Dar voz y hacer sentir las necesidades del mundo rural: Una conversación con Helen Papper

Está más claro que nunca: para hacer frente a las crisis mundiales, tenemos que involucrar a las comunidades que ponen en práctica las soluciones y, sobre todo, tenemos que escuchar sus voces e incluir sus conocimientos. Pero, ¿cómo conseguimos que se escuchen las voces de las zonas más remotas del mundo?

Investing in the foundations of Gambian agriculture

Roots are the essence of farming: they erect healthy plants and help grant a predictable and generous harvest. The IFAD-supported ROOTS project seeks to promote exactly that strength in The Gambia.

Small-scale producers are central to Africa’s forest restoration efforts

Small-scale farmers have an important role to play in restoring Africa’s forests. Two IFAD-supported projects in Eritrea and Kenya are helping these farmers engage in efforts that both restore local forests and have direct economic and social benefits for their communities.

Finding a way forward: Sector reforms in Lesotho’s wool and mohair industry

Lesotho’s efforts to nationalize its wool and mohair industry set off a cascade of unintended consequences. At the government’s request, IFAD and the WAMPP project commissioned a study to analyze the impacts of these regulations and inform future policy revisions.

The labour market dynamics of COVID-19

Over a year and a half into the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s still a lot to learn about how the labour market in developing countries is reshaping itself – especially in terms of gender dynamics. Our latest study tracks employment trends in Nigeria with both pre- and post-pandemic data.

La construcción de una gran muralla verde: Cuatro lecciones aprendidas de la evaluación del Banco Mundial

Ayudar a la población del Sahel a prosperar requiere una Gran Muralla Verde que se extienda por toda África. El FIDA está embarcado en una serie de proyectos para ayudar a construir esta "muralla". Hace poco nos sentamos con el Banco Mundial para aprender de sus éxitos y desafíos a lo largo de una década de ejecución de sus propios proyectos en esta región.

Search Results Sort