Principles and practice for resilience, food security & nutrition

From IFAD social reporting blog Sat Jan 26 2013, 01:41:00

by Ertharin Cousin (Executive Director, World Food Programme), Jose Graziano da Silva (Director General, Food and Agriculture Organization , Kanayo F. Nwanze (President, International Fund for Agricultural Development)

The IFAD-supported Sahelian Areas Development

Fund Programme (FODESA), is a large-scale

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