Alphonsine Mukeshimana is a farmer and mother in eastern Rwanda who would travel 3 hours to fetch water until FAO built a spring catchment.
Hayad Shire Jama describes how the Cash+ activity helped sustain threats to her livelihood due to floods, desert locusts and drought.
The Pacific island of Palau is working to be the world's first carbon neutral destination and is creating economic opportunities in communities for...
A gender perspective to business development through the Women’s Empowerment Farmer Business Schools (WE-FBS)
The field trip was conceived to take the FMM Resource Partners closer to the field to allow them to witness the impact of their investments.
The Voluntary Guidelines on the Responsible Governance of Tenure of Land, Fisheries and Forests in the Context of National Food Security (VGGT) promote...
The video shows key highlights from the learning exchange event of the ECOWAS Network of Parliamentarians on Gender Equality and Investments in Agriculture...
Ghazi Al Weli and his classmates learned about agriculture and healthy diets within their school gardens established by FAO with the support of the...
The SWAG Saturday market promotes women entrepreneurs’ products. It partners with government ministries and NGOs to support appropriate services, training...
Virtual Call Centres — how farmers’ organizations in Bangladesh manage to thrive during the pandemic
Virtual Call Centres (VCCs) are a solution developed by farmers’ organizations in Bangladesh to enable farming operations to thrive despite restrictions...