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    By 2050, farmers will need to grow 60% more food for the 9.5 billion people that will be on the planet. But with scarce resources and changing weather, how will they do it? Watch their stories, hear their challenges, witness the changes. Show less
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    • Hungry Planet Episode 39 - Duration: 11 minutes.

      • 1 week ago
      In this episode of Hungry Planet, WFP visits the quarantined town of Kenema, Sierra Leone, to meet an Ebola survivor. FAO sheds light on the advantages of community farming and gender equality to f...
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      • 3 weeks ago
      As a global leader in agricultural development who is trusted by small farmers and governments across the world, IFAD brokers partnerships where everyone benefits. Why should IFAD be your partner o...
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      • 1 month ago
      Many Senegalese rely on expensive, imported food. But a simple idea of eating what you grow has changed the lives of 250,000 people. It has not only significantly reduced the hungry season, but it ...
    • Kenya: White Gold - Duration: 3 minutes, 44 seconds.

      • 1 month ago
      Kenya's milk consumption is the highest in the developing world. And with demand for milk increasing, this 'white gold' has the potential to lift more than a million farmers out of poverty.
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      • 3 months ago
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      • 3 months ago
      Small-scale farmers are the life blood of the world’s food cultures and by sending the unique foods they produce into outer space, Chef Stefano Polato amplifies their importance. Working with ArgoT...
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    AgTalks: Cultivating Change asks prominent and emerging thought leaders to share their insights and views on how to address the challenge of feeding an expanding global population at a time when many of the family farms that grow 80 percent of food in developing countries are faced with enormous obstacles.
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      • 4 years ago
      An IFAD-supported project in China's Guangxi province encourages poor farmers to produce their own biogas as a means of reducing poverty while improving local environmental conditions
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      • 3 years ago
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      • 3 years ago
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    • Part 1: BBC World Debate - Food - Who Pays the Price? - Duration: 5 minutes, 51 seconds.

      • 6 years ago
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    • Bangladesh: The Coming Storm - Duration: 3 minutes, 31 seconds.

      • 3 years ago
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    • Rural Poverty - In Their Own Words: Ghana - Duration: 2 minutes, 49 seconds.

      • 4 years ago
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