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Recognizing their indispensable role, the World Rural Forum, in collaboration with the FFF and other key stakeholders, is committed to bridge the gap to get family farming on the global climate and biodiversity agendas.
Small-scale family farmers are the unsung heroes of the global food system. They produce over a third of the world’s food and are key to climate adaptation, yet new analysis reveals they receive just 0.3% of international climate finance.
In the heart of Marechal Cândido Rondon, a small rural community in Brazil, Matheus Gustavo Bloedorn and his family embarked on a journey fuelled by ambition and a vision for growth. Their story is a testament to the transformative impact of Cresol, a rural credit union that has been changing ...
A global survey across 13 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America suggests smallholder farmers are spending US$368 billion of their own income every year on measures to adapt to climate change including through conserving or restoring biodiversity, according to the Forest and Farm Facility and IIED.
El Ceibo cooperative of coca producers developed a communal financial entity to support its members to invest in improvements to their cocoa production. The creation of this internal finance mechanism made it possible to mobilise money from El Ceibo’s cooperatives to offer appropriate credit products to its members.   In the heart ...