Another year has passed, and we had a look at what engaged our followers the most on IFAD's social media last year. Here's what we discovered.
Climate change: Recipes for change and COP22
As part of our #Recipesforchange we are in Sa'anf village in #Cambodia, #cooking the traditional meal of Somlar Kako. #Italian super #chef and #masterchef presenter #CarloCracco joined us to learn more about how to prepare the #dish, and to learn about the impacts of #climatechange on local #crops. We will share a video from the trip with all of you in the coming weeks.
A year after the COP21 Climate Summit in Paris, Governments met in Marrakesh, Morocco, for the UN climate change conference (COP22). To mark the event, IFAD launched a campaign called #AdaptNow, where we invited the international community to recognize smallholder farmers’ positive impact on food security, and to help farmers on the front line of climate change to adapt.
Rural Development Report 2016: fostering inclusive rural transformationOn 14 September IFAD launched itsflagship publication analysing global, regional and national pathways of rural transformation. The report draws upon both analysis and IFAD's direct experiences and presents policy and programme implications in various regions and thematic areas of intervention, based on both rigorous analysis and IFAD’s 40 years of experience investing in rural people and enabling inclusive and sustainable transformation of rural areas.
Africa Food Prize
I am deeply grateful for being named the 2016 #AfricaFoodPrize winner: https://t.co/hbTJDOvPQt Thank you for all your kind words.— Kanayo Nwanze (@knwanze) September 6, 2016