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20 million people in the Horn of Africa are at risk of starvation, largely due to a four year drought which has created the driest conditions in the area in forty years. Dr. Joseph Awange and IFAD’s Satu Santala look at the root cause of famine and the solutions we can put in place. Also joining us is climate specialist Paxina Chileshe who looks at…
 
This month's episode focuses on the use of insects as food for humans and feed for livestock. Dr. Eric Smaling from Wageningen University provides a global perspective on increasing the impact of edible insects. Dr. Sevgan Subramanian at ICIPE talks about turning plagues of pests into protein. IFAD's Antonio Rota also joins us. Chef Joseph Yoon of …
 
This month we focus on the issue of social justice for rural communities. We talk to IFAD’s Associate Vice President Jo Puri about the problem of growing social inequality. Wageningen University's Professor Ken Giller looks at how food systems can be transformed for rural prosperity. And then Food For Soul's Lara Gilmore tells us how she and her Mi…
 
In this month’s edition we focus on biodiversity and agriculture. As the CBD COP15 takes place in China we're talking about a new biodiversity strategy – putting sustainable agriculture at the heart of IFAD’s operations. Also we’ll be hearing from IFAD projects that mainstream biodiversity conservation in Haiti, Turkey and Eswatini. And we see how …
 
In this month’s edition we’ll be focusing on International Women’s Day 2022. We’ll be talking to the IFAD gender and social inclusion lead Ndaya Beltchika. Also we have news from projects that won the IFAD Gender Awards with reports from Tunisia, Nigeria, Kenya, Nicaragua and the Philippines. And we’ll also be hearing from a Buddhist nun in South K…
 
Three big things for 2022 in the world of food security and agricultural development - we'll be finding out all about that with IFAD’s Associate Vice President Dr Jo Puri. Also we check in on how the UN Decade of Family Farming is doing as it approaches it's third birthday. Plus fish farming in Zambia and Uganda. We find out what canoes have got to…
 
In our end of year edition we’re focusing on all things innovative in the world of agriculture with agro-preneurs from Australia, Africa and Asia. We're talking to the people at Nurture Farm who are helping small scale farmers access the right information at the right time. We’re finding out how Eden Green Technology are changing communities with j…
 
In this month’s edition we focus on the blue economy in East and Southern Africa and potential opportunities and the challenges for government, the private sector and small-scale producers. Speaking to us is IFAD’s Sara Mbago-Bhunu, ocean expert Dr. Ishmeal Kimirei and aquaculture specialist Richard Abilla. We’ll also hear from the private sector a…
 
In this month’s edition we focus on climate change and farming, talking with Simon Wilson of the Green Climate Fund. IFAD’s Jyotsna Puri will be telling us about ASAP+ as we approach the UN Climate Summit, COP26, in Glasgow. Also there's a new report on crops and climate change from the University of Cape Town. And IFAD’s President, Gilbert Houngbo…
 
We’re focusing on the upcoming UN Convention on Biological Diversity meeting, which is taking place in China this October. With agriculture one of the major causes of biodiversity loss, IFAD's Jo Puri will be talking about how can we balance biodiversity conservation with agricultural development. And Renée Ankarfjärd will be telling us all about t…
 
In this month’s edition we continue to focus on the first ever UN Food Systems Summit and we’ll be hearing from IFAD's President Gilbert Houngbo and hearing the messages for the Summit from farmers living in developing countries. We talk to Ertharin Cousin, one of the official Champions of the Summit, CEO and President of Food Systems for the Futur…
 
In this episode, we hear from IFAD’s Associate Vice President Donal Brown, who tells us about how IFAD is preparing for the UN’s Food System Summit and gives us updates on the COVID 19 crisis. We then cross over to Peru for the final part of our series on Women Leaders in Afro Caribbean Communities in South America, this time focusing on climate ch…
 
In this month's episode, we focus on food systems. Kicking off we have Martin Frick, Deputy Special Envoy for the Food Systems Summit, who tells us what exactly a food system is. We then check in with IFAD’s Associate Vice President Meike van Ginneken about IFAD's perspectives on the summit and what it can bring to the debate. Next, we talk gender …
 
In this episode we celebrate World Environment Day. IFAD’s Marie Haga and Jo Puri talk about how IFAD is balancing development and the environment when it comes to development. And then with Africa Climate Week coming up we have innovative tales from East and Southern Africa. Plus a new report on Nature Based Solutions in agriculture. We talk to Ke…
 
In this episode, we have the latest from IFAD’s Associate Vice President Donal Brown on how small scale farmers are dealing with the COVID 19 Crisis. Also we talk farmers mental health under the pandemic. Then we see how Geographical Information Systems are helping make investments in the right place at the right time in Malawi. Also we have news f…
 
In this episode we have the latest on small scale farmers dealing with the COVID 19 crisis. USAID’s chief nutritionist talks about how we risk a decade’s progress on food security for children and mothers due to the pandemic. Climate Edge talks about bringing digital services to farmers. And with Easter upon us we’re thinking about eggs and chicken…
 
In this episode, we celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) as we talk to female leaders working across the board and from across the globe. We get the latest on the COVID 19 crisis more than a year on from Marie Haga, AVP at IFAD. Gender specialist Ndaya Beltchika talks to us about the need for more women in leadership in rural communities. And …
 
In this month’s episode we’ll be focusing on indigenous peoples and youth as agents of change in the developing world. Kicking off the New Year Associate Vice President at IFAD Meike Van Ginneken sums up last year’s response to the COVID-19 crisis and tells us about IFAD’s first ever virtual Governing Council. We’ll be hearing from IFAD’s Mattia Pr…
 
In this episode, we say goodbye to a year full of uncertainty and changes, but also adaptation, innovation and improvement. IFAD’s Associate Vice President Donal Brown will give us the latest on IFAD’s response to the pandemic and its expected impact in 2021. We’ll be talking about disability inclusion and about Gender-Based Violence and hear from …
 
In this month’s programme we’ll be travelling around the world hearing about new technologies that focus on ensuring food security. But first we hear the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on agriculture in the developing world from Marie Haga, Associate Vice-President at IFAD. Our journey begins in Côte d’Ivoire in Sub Saharan Africa, …
 
In this month’s programme we get the latest on the COVID 19 Crisis from IFAD’s Associate Vice President Donal Brown. News on nutrition from Laos and a report on getting youth right in development. We also talk to a leading light of the agro-ecological movement in Italy Marco Minciaroni. Plus – lights, camera, action - we hear from IFAD’s Director f…
 
In this month’s programme, we hear from IFAD's Associate Vice President Marie Haga about how vital it is under COVID-19 for governments to invest in rural communities in developing countries. Also we talk to coffee giant Lavazza about how coffee growing communities are fighting the pandemic. And news on ways to fight land degradation in Africa from…
 
As COVID 19 remains prevalent, our attention is on building farmers’ resilience, specifically in Latin American. We start with a conversation with FAD’s Associate Vice President Donal Brown who shares how COVID 19 is effecting farming communities across the developing world. Then, our first offering is a new series, Meet the Experts. Followed by st…
 
Keeping Farmers in Focus with the latest on the COVID 19 Crisis and how farming communities are coping with the crisis. We spoke to IFAD’s President Gilbert Hongbou. We also took a at the world of livestock farming with Antonio Rotta, to explore what the hot issues are and where the innovations are coming from. Plus we visited livestock projects in…
 
How is IFAD helping young farmers cope with the COVID-19 crisis and build resilience for the future? This month we will hear from IFAD's Associate Vice President, Paul Winters, on this topic and more. Rahul Antao, from IFAD's youth team, will tell us all about youth empowerment and the agribusiness hubs. We will take you to the Pacific Islands wher…
 
We have news on how farmers in the developing world are dealing with the COVID 19 crisis from IFAD’s Marie Haga. Also IFAD’s UN Goodwill Ambassadors actors Idris and Sabrina Elba talk to us about why they support IFAD and its recently launched Facility that’s designed to deal with the impacts of the crisis. We celebrate World Environment Day with I…
 
In this month’s programme we have an update on IFAD's operations and the corona virus pandemic. We are also focusing on Food and Forests. We have news on nutrition and development with IFAD’s Joyce Njoro. And we hear from two of Africa’s most important chefs Chef Ali Artiste and Chef Ska Moteane. They've been out and about visiting IFAD projects in…
 
We’re coming to you ahead of schedule with an extra edition to give you an important update from IFAD’s President Gilbert Houngbo on the impacts of corona virus on IFAD’s work with farmers in developing countries, and what we’re putting in place to keep doing what we do. The impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the world’s economy is going to be extr…
 
With the 19th UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues taking place in New York in April we focus on Indigenous Peoples issues around agriculture. Talking to us is Mattea Galletti, IFAD’s lead technical specialist on indigenous peoples’ issues, Wolde Tadesse, a board member of the Indigenous Peoples Assistance Facility at IFAD, and Dalí Nolasco Cruz…
 
It’s International Women’s Day and we speak to IFAD’s lead on gender and social inclusion Ndaya Beltchika. Also we have news from partner projects working on the frontline for women’s rights in Uganda and India. After that we’ll be putting the Glam back in to the Green movement and what sustainable fashion means for farmers And we hear how solar co…
 
In this month’s programme we look at one of the most pressing issues facing farming today – that of youth and what’s being done to offer interesting and viable options for life on the farm for young people in developing countries . We have highlights from IFAD’s Advocate for Rural Youth Sherrie Silver and African pop star Mr Eazi - that’s from thei…
 
In this month’s bumper edition of Farms. Food. Future. presented by Brian Thomson we’ve been all over the UNFCCC COP25 Climate Conference in Madrid. We have news from farmers in South Africa, on biodiversity and agriculture in South America, we look at the outcome of the UN Climate Conference and we hear what chefs, footballers and IFAD have in com…
 
Find out about the upcoming climate conference in Madrid and why it's important for farmers. We hear from Malawi where women are leading the way to create a thriving farm sector against the backdrop of increasingly severe weather and drought. Over in Bhutan we have news fresh from the Himalayas about new adaptation techniques that help farmers impr…
 
Every month we’re asking you to pull up a chair, sit down and tune in as show host Brian Thomson chats about the the challenges smallholder farmers in developing countries are facing around food security. Farms. Food. Future. is brought to you by the UN's International Fund for Agricultural Development and includes interviews with the experts plus …
 
 Cassie chats on location with Chef Anze Gumbac and restaurateur Dada Jerovsek of Evergreen restaurant in Slovenia. They plan a 7-course dinner as part of the US embassy's Diplomatic Culinary Partnership, highlighting cooperation between chefs of Slovenia and the US. They also address some of the challenges in hiring young chefs straight out of c…
 
Cassie and Natalie chat with their hosts, US Embassy employees, about how the culinary diplomacy project came about, filming the TV show "Seasoned by Americans", Slovene foods that Americans would find surprising such as bear salami, and unique challenges Americans face living in Slovenia, including language barriers, searching for American-style c…
 
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