Investir dans les populations rurales au Burkina Faso
Au Burkina Faso, les prêts du FIDA contribuent non seulement à une meilleure gestion des ressources naturelles, mais aussi à la construction d'institutions inclusives et durables, grâce à des investissements et des politiques de lutte contre la pauvreté ainsi qu'au soutien apporté à l'innovation et à l'éducation.
Investing in rural people in Tajikistan
IFAD has been investing in the rural poor in Tajikistan since 2008, by strengthening local institutions and grass-roots organizations, and expanding their access to land, productive technologies and resources.
Investing in rural people in Azerbaijan
IFAD has enjoyed a long history of a strong and successful partnership with the Government of Azerbaijan in rural poverty reduction and overall agricultural development efforts, with focused interventions in remote and sometimes difficult to reach areas of the country where extreme pockets of poverty exist.
Investing in rural people in Uzbekistan
Investir dans les populations rurales au Tunisie
Depuis 1980, le FIDA a contribué, à hauteur de 194,6 millions d’USD, à 13 programmes et projets de développement rural en Tunisie, représentant un montant total de 453 millions d’USD et dont 125 850 ménages ont tiré des avantages directs.
Grant Results Sheet: ICRAF - Climate-smart, Tree-based, Co-investment in Adaptation and Mitigation in Asia (Smart Tree-Invest)
Investing in rural people in Kenya
Since 1979, IFAD has invested US$376.3 million in 18 programmes and projects in Kenya (which have a total cost of US$819.3 million), in support of the Government’s efforts to reduce rural poverty.
Investir dans les populations rurales au Niger
Le Niger, pays enclavé, couvre une superficie de 1 267 000 km² du Sahel au nord du Nigéria. Avec un taux de pauvreté de 48,9% et un revenu par habitant de 420 USD, le Niger est l’un des pays les plus pauvres du monde. En 2015, l’indicateur du développement humain du Programme des Nations Unies a placé le Niger au 188e rang.
China-IFAD South-South and Triangular Cooperation Facility
Grant Results Sheet: Linking farmers to Fairtrade markets in Papua New Guinea through ICT to improve livelihoods in remote rural areas
The Italy-IFAD partnership
Italy and IFAD share a commitment to a world where people have access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food. Italy is IFAD’s host country and top donor. It also plays a key leadership role in strengthening IFAD’s financial architecture and enterprise risk management, and in affirming the Fund as the primary global vehicle for investments in smallholder agriculture.
The United States and IFAD
Sharing a vision of how to achieve a world without hunger and poverty, the United States and IFAD have been working together for nearly 40 years. Consistent with its longstanding leadership role, the United States holds the largest voting share among IFAD Member States, with 7 per cent. Its US$90 million pledge to the Tenth Replenishment of IFAD’s resources (2016-2018) represents 8.7 per cent of the total. The United States has been instrumental in promoting institutional reform within IFAD, leading to more effective and efficient programmes and enhanced results while reducing costs and maintaining quality.
The United States’ recent global hunger and food security initiatives and the approach embodied in the Global Food Security Act of 2016, closely mirror the Fund’s mandate and strategic priorities. Both the United States and IFAD position the world’s smallholder farmers at the centre, recognizing that with the right investments, policies and programmes, smallholders have enormous potential to contribute to greater global food security and to reduce poverty. Both also see equal opportunities for rural women and girls as key to success, together with the need to protect natural resources and ensure environmental sustainability.
The China-IFAD partnership
IFAD’s portfolio in China is one of its largest. Since 1981, the Fund has financed 31 projects in 28 provinces, benefiting around 4.5 million households, or about 20 million farmers.