There is a longstanding debate among agricultural development stakeholders: state-led versus market-led strategies to transform food systems. While narratives provide an important framework to better understand this…

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The new online tool Earth Map allows anyone, anywhere to access multidimensional maps and statistics showing key climate and environmental trends wherever they are, even with basic internet access.

 

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Swiss international cooperation (SDC) considers private sector engagement key to achieving the goals set out in the 2030 Agenda. As of 24 June 2020, IFAD became shareholder in the ABC Fund through a CHF 9,3 million…

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New measures aim to improve FAO's efficiency and effectiveness "while avoiding silos and establishing transparency and accountability at the optimal levels," according to FAO Director-General QU Dongyu.

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Gender inequality, climate vulnerability and state fragility are strongly interlinked, this report states. Thus, gender considerations should also be fully reflected in emerging policy and programming on climate-related…

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In a large number of countries, the impacts of the Corona pandemic are not only going to dramatically worsen the health and food supply situation but will also result in severe income and job losses. In particular, the…

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The consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have hit people in developing countries particularly hard. The Swiss development organisation Helvetas provides emergency aid on the ground while at the same time promoting…

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In most African countries, COVID-19 is likely to trigger a combined health and food crisis. In order to cope with this unprecedented crisis, consistently aligning our policies to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)…

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“The fallout from COVID-19 may push rural families even deeper into poverty, hunger and desperation”, said Gilbert F. Houngbo, President of IFAD. A new fund by IFAD aims to provide rural people with the tools to adapt to…

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Smallholder farmers still constitute the majority of the population in the Global South and are disproportionately affected by poverty. Experts at the German Development Institute (DIE) discussed the best approaches to…

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