Financing the ambitious post-2015 development agenda is a challenge that will require innovative approaches that go beyond traditional sources of development funding. The Road to Addis web series will explore some of the options as we prepare for The Third International Conference on Financing for Development.
IFAD's Annual Report has been published today. It gives an overview of our operational, administrative and financial activities during 2014. And it tells the stories of some of the rural women and men we've been working with.
IFAD's just released report, "Sending Money Home: European flows and markets", provides new and comprehensive information on the financial flows sent from 50 million migrant workers in Europe to their families back home.
IFAD's online video series presents new thinking on small-scale farming. This talk features Kari Huhtala, Cooperative Director at the Pellervo Society asking the question: How does a cooperative benefit its members, both the farmers and the consumers?
16 June is the first International Day of Family Remittances, which recognizes the significant financial contribution migrant workers make to their families back home.
IFAD recently resumed operations in the Republic of Cuba after over 20 years. During the official visit to the country in May, IFAD's President learned first-hand of participants' hopes for the new project.Read more
The Spotlight on Climate and Environment page outlines how IFAD is helping smallholder farmers adapt to climate change. This quarter we look at IFAD projects and programmes in the Asia and Pacific Region.Read more