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For 20 years, World Water Day has been held annually on 22 March to focus attention on the importance of sustainably managing freshwater resources, which are essential for food production, energy, and industrial and domestic uses.
22 mars 2013Ajouter au calendrier
The first global meeting of the Indigenous Peoples' Forum at IFAD was held in Rome on 11-12 February 2013, in conjunction with IFAD's Governing Council. The meeting was the culmination of two years of planning by indigenous peoples and their organizations.
11 - 12 février 2013Ajouter au calendrier
ROME, Italy, 19 March 2012 – There are many compelling facts and figures about the outlook for food security around the world, but here's one of the most
22 mars 2012Ajouter au calendrier
The Farmers' Forum is an on-going, bottom-up process of consultation and dialogue between small farmers' and rural producers' organizations (FOs), IFAD and governments, focused on agricultural and rural development and poverty reduction.
20 - 23 février 2012Ajouter au calendrier
Worldwide, our freshwater resources are depleting. Many even argue that we have reached the point of crisis. Some people claim the end of abundant water means the beginning of food shortage.
28 septembre 2011Ajouter au calendrier
Innovations over the last 10 years have drastically reduced the cost and increased the sustainability of many water and sanitation technologies.
14 septembre 2011Ajouter au calendrier
IFAD-PTA (Water and Institutions Desk) are pleased to invite you to the workshop ‘Balancing Hardware with Software for Sustainable Agricultural Water Management'.
18 avril 2011Ajouter au calendrier
During the dry season, the water from our spring would drip so slowly that we would have to line up and even sleep at the spring just to get some water," says Lucy Njoki, chairperson of the Rumbia Women's Group in the Mount Kenya area of central Kenya.
22 mars 2011Ajouter au calendrier
Indigenous peoples have repeatedly asked for a more systematic dialogue with United Nations agencies. In response to this request, IFAD has taken a series
17 - 18 février 2011Ajouter au calendrier
The second global meeting of the Farmers' Forum took place on 11 and 12 February 2008 in conjunction with the Thirty-first session of IFAD's Governing Council. The Forum brought together about 80 farmers' leaders from around the world.
11 - 12 février 2008Ajouter au calendrier
The first meeting of the Farmers' Forum took place in Rome on 13 and 14 February 2006, bringing together 162 representatives at the ministerial level and more than 50 farmers’ leaders from all over the world who interacted with IFAD staff and selected partners.
13 - 14 février 2006Ajouter au calendrier