Journée internationale des transferts de fonds familiaux - Soutiens en 2018

juin 2018

Le 12 juin 2018, l’Assemblée générale des Nations Unies adopte officiellement la Journée internationale des transferts de fonds familiaux comme journée à célébrer au niveau mondial. De nouveaux partenaires et de nouveaux appuis, au sein du secteur privé et de la société civile, se sont associés à la Journée 2018.

Preparing Rural Communities to Cope with Climate Change through South-South and Triangular Cooperation – post-seminar brochure

juin 2018
In March 2018, IFAD and the Government of Pakistan organized a one-day seminar entitled “Preparing Rural Communities to Cope with Climate Change through South-South and Triangular Cooperation”.  

The Business Advantage: Mobilizing private sector-led climate actions in agriculture

juin 2018
​With private contributions becoming increasingly pivotal to global climate finance, it is evident that scaling up and channeling private capital is crucial in meeting the goal of achieving the Paris Agreement and limiting global warming to two degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial level.

Le réseau de financement et d’investissement en faveur des petits exploitants et des PME agricoles: Vision, domaines d’activité, engagements et gouvernance (2018-2020)

mai 2018
Le réseau de financement et d’investissement en faveur des petits exploitants et des PME agricoles (SAFIN) est un partenariat inclusif d’acteurs opérant à différents niveaux de l’écosystème d’investissement destiné aux petites et moyennes entreprises (PME) agricoles et rurales, qui met l’accent sur l’accès aux financements et aux services complémentaires.

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security

mai 2018
IFAD recognizes the importance of strengthening land tenure security as a key condition to ensure inclusive rural development and poverty eradication. As IFAD does not support stand-alone projects on land tenure, land-related interventions are typically integrated into broader components and activities.

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - Asia and the Pacific region

mai 2018
This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the Asia and the Pacific Region (APR).

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - Near East, Nord Africa Europe and Central Asia

mai 2018

This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the Near East, North Africa, Europe and Central Asia region (NEN).

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security West and Central Africa

mai 2018

This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the West and Central Africa region (WCA).

 

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - East and Southern Africa

mai 2018
This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the East and Southern Africa region (ESA).

IFAD’s support for land and natural resource tenure security - Latin America and the Caribbean

mai 2018

This report provides the findings of a stock-taking exercise started in 2015 on IFAD's investment in tenure security measures integrated in its larger agricultural development projects. This stock-take provides an overview of tenure investments and activities in the Latin America and the Caribbean region (LAC).

RemitSCOPE - Remittance markets and opportunities Asia and the Pacific

mai 2018

​RemitSCOPE, a new website portal, is designed to provide data, analyses and remittancemarket1 profiles on individual countries or areas. In coordination with the Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development 2018, RemitSCOPE is being launched to provide market profiles for 50 countries or areas in the Asia and the Pacific region.

The additional four regions will be included gradually: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, and Near East and the Caucasus. RemitSCOPE intends to address the fast-changing market realities in the remittance industry in order to help bring together the goals of remittance families, as clients, and the strategies of the private-sector service providers. RemitSCOPE is designed as a free, one-stop shop that is available to any organization or entity interested in accessing all relevant public information on remittances.  

Developing nutrition-sensitive value chains in Nigeria

avril 2018
With funding from the German government, IFAD recently carried out a set of studies in Nigeria and Indonesia to determine how to
design nutrition-sensitive value chain (NSVC) projects for smallholders. Such projects seek to shape thedevelopment of value chains for
nutritious commodities in ways that are likely to address nutrition problems.

Policy brief: How inclusive rural transformation can promote sustainable and resilient societies

avril 2018
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) target an interrelated set of issues that must be addressed to eradicate hunger and poverty and ensure a future in which no one is left behind. This year’s High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) focuses on “Transformation towards sustainable
and resilient societies”. The SDGs relating to water (SDG6), energy (SDG7), human settlements (SDG11), responsible consumption and production (SDG12), life on land (SDG15) and partnerships (SDG17) will be under in-depth review. In that context, the rural world – where most poor and hungry people live – deserves special attention.

The Water Advantage: Seeking sustainable solutions for water stress

mars 2018
Among ecosystems services, freshwater is one of the most fundamental for life. For smallholders, water means the difference between a decent life and poverty, hunger and malnutrition. 

IFAD’s engagement with rural youth

mars 2018

This publication seeks to provide development practitioners, governmental and non-governmental organizations and agencies with insights into the case studies on overcoming the challenges that young people face in diverse contexts. 

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