Learning is a never-ending process. Read the story from IFC on how the training for women in Bangladesh improved production and financial resilience across the food production chain.
Sustainable, resilient and healthy diets are a key driver of sustainable development. Without available and affordable nutritious food, beating other development challenges will also be an uphill struggle.
Join the CFS51 Side Event discussing two of the greatest challenges facing humanity today: climate change and malnutrition.
The Sara Bangla Krishak Society (SBKS) has been announced as one of the recipients of the prestigious 2023 FAO Achievement Award. The announcement was made by the FAO Director-General at the World Food Day ceremony in Rome.
The World Bank has approved a grant of $20 million to support the Government of Nepal’s Food and Nutrition Security Enhancement Project (FANSEP)-II.
"We are proud to be the largest donor to GAFSP which provides much-needed grants, concessional loans, and blended finance – as well as technical assistance – to low-income countries and producer organizations."
GAFSP works to build resilient and sustainable agriculture and food systems in the world’s poorest countries. See what the program has achieved in 2022.
GAFSP’s projects focus on solutions that support smallholder farmers, countries and agribusinesses to proactively adapt to changing circumstances right away, through access to climate-resilient, drought-resistant seed varieties, or more efficient intercropping methods.
This publication contains stories from rural Laos, documenting strategies, techniques, and practices used by rural small-scale farmers. It highlights how they play a crucial role in improving nutrition security and fighting malnutrition among women and children.
Global Agriculture and Food Security Program successfully concluded its Seventh Call for Proposals, announcing new funding of $33.93 million for 15 Producer Organizations in thirteen low-income countries.
Here are three ways that the Global Agriculture Food Security Program (GAFSP) can help.
This expansive culinary guide features voices from smallholder farmers supported by IFAD and GAFSP-funded projects. Featuring over 30 recipes—from rice and soup to meat and vegetables—this book showcases the diverse dishes and ingredients across the country, along with the unique regional specialties.