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Latest Episodes

Innovating for a sustainable farming future
March 27, 2023

This month’s edition of Farms.Food.Future. is all about innovation. Donal Brown talks about how IFAD is innovating in projects around the world. This month, we're also featuring some amazing game-chan

Bridging the Digital Gender Gap
February 27, 2023

In this podcast we look at International Womens Day 2023, which explores the impact of the digital gender gap, speaking to IFAD's Ndaya Beltchika. We also talk to ecommerce professional, Shelley Buri

Promoting Indigenous Voice
January 30, 2023

This month we talk about a crucial yet underrepresented group in the fight for climate change: Indigenous Peoples. Join us on our travels around the world and hear what chefs, activists and experts ha

Putting our Money Where our Mouth is
December 26, 2022

Its the end of the year, and were jumping headfirst into 2023. First, we introduce a soon-to-be familiar face: our new president, Alvaro Lario, who talks about his plans for IFAD. We then turn to Sa

Building Biodiversity for a Successful Farming Future
November 28, 2022

As we near next months UN Biodiversity Conference COP 15 we take a look at a different side of climate change: biodiversity and conservation. On this months episode, Senior Biodiversity Speciali

The Inside Scoop on Climate Change in Africa
October 31, 2022

This months episode of Farms.Food.Future is all about climate change in Africa. We focus on accomplishments and shortcomings on the continent. IFADs own Jo Puri introduces IFADs climate goals a

Fighting Climate Change in South Asia
September 26, 2022

Fighting Climate Change in South Asia

Racking up Renewables in Africa
August 29, 2022

This month were focusing on renewable energy. Fossil fuels are dwindling and access to energy is already a scarcity in Africa. Now, people are turning to renewable energy technology. Well first talk

Good Nutrition Better Lives - Focus on Africa
July 25, 2022

In Africa, just under 800 million people are facing food insecurity. And that situation is made worse by a triple crisis - COVID-19, climate change and conflict. In this podcast our team in Nairobi, D

Building Resilience in a Time of Famine
June 27, 2022

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 IFADs S