Farmers need access to credit, land, knowledge, and labour to take on climate-smart sustainable agricultural practices.
What we do now to protect our farmers will have long term implications for food security in the years to come.
Two different IFAD facilities have been granted funds by SIDA to enhance rural development despite the effects of COVID-19.
Our workshop for early-career researchers created a blueprint for a research platform of the future. Catch up!
This video presentation uses stories from the field to demonstrate how indigenous communities value and use wild foods and highlight the key challenges they are facing.
A look back at the #YourFutureYourClimate, a 3-year initiative, aimed to empower young people to deal with climate-related water and food challenges.
Let the world know about your connection with indigenous food, biodiversity and livelihoods!
The good, the bad, and the ugly of international online event making and research collaboration. Tricky working hours and a lot of seating, but further outreach and no visa fees.
Sustainable agriculture often requires capital, something most farmers in low-income countries don't have. What kind of policy and business tools can help?
We have collected the questions raised by the audience during the webinar Youth in Agribusiness: Coping with COVID-19 in the Context of a Changing Climate. Read the panelists answers in this Q&A.