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Research Series Issue 63: The adoption of improved agricultural technologies - A meta-analysis for Africa

août 2020
In this paper, particular attention is given to the identification and promotion of productivity and resilience enhancing agricultural practices.

L’avenir de l’agriculture en Afrique subsaharienne

août 2020
La croissance démographique, l’urbanisation rapide et une population jeune sont les grandes tendances qui façonnent l’avenir de l’agriculture africaine.

The Denmark–IFAD partnership

août 2020
Denmark and IFAD share a long-standing partnership to fight poverty and hunger. Agriculture and the food sector are the basis of their common approach to promoting sustainable rural transformation, which is essential to tackling environmental degradation and climate change.

AR4D-PRUNSAR 2019 Consolidated Report

août 2020
The Putting Research into Use for Nutrition, Sustainable Agriculture and Resilience (PRUNSAR) programme is currently one of the most significant ongoing AR4D programmes. It has a budget of almost US$40 million, mainly from the European Union, of which US$8 million is a contribution from IFAD.

COVID-19 Learning Notes

août 2020
Learning lessons as the COVID-19 crisis unfolds, and providing timely knowledge-driven feedback to development practitioners and decision-makers, is perhaps as important as delivering IFAD’s COVID-19 package itself.

Investing in rural people in Moldova

août 2020
Collaboration between the Republic of Moldova and IFAD began in 1999. IFAD has supported seven projects totalling US$196.8 million, with IFAD financing of US$109.2 million.

The Finland–IFAD partnership

août 2020
IFAD and Finland have a shared vision of a world without poverty and hunger. Their joint development work rests on multiple key pillars.

Investing in rural people in Ethiopia

août 2020
Since 1980, IFAD has invested US$751.6 million in 20 programmes and projects in Ethiopia, with an overall cost of US$2,157.6 million and benefiting more than 11 million households.

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