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pdf AMPLIAR LA ESCALA DE LA LUCHA CONTRA LA POBREZA RURALUN EXAMEN INSTITUCIONAL DEL ENFOQUE DEL FIDA Popular

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El presente informe fue preparado por un equipo de expertos organizado por el Wolfensohn Center for Development de Brookings con una donación del Fondo Internacional de Desarrollo Agrícola (FIDA). El equipo lo formaban ArntraudHartmann, HomiKharas, RichardKohl, BarbaraMassler y JohannesLinn, que fue el director del proyecto y autor principal.

document Complexity, Adaptation and Adaptive Capacity Popular

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pdf IFAD and scaling up brief Popular

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IFAD_SU_brief.pdf

Scaling up brief prepared to be shared with ARD WG.

pdf IFAD's Operational Framework for Scaling Up Results in ARD Popular

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pdf Scaling Up Local Development Innovations Popular

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Scaling up local development initiatives are important for achieving the MDGs and human development. While significant progress has been made towards meeting the MDG targets globally, large disparities still persist within countries. Poverty remains concentrated in rural areas and urban slums, and the vulnerable and marginalized groups and communities, including women and girls, continue to suffer from an exclusion from development benefits, deprived of assets, opportunities and capabilities.

pdf SCALING UP PROGRAMS FOR THE RURAL POOR: IFAD’S EXPERIENCE, LESSONS AND PROSPECTS (PHASE 2) Popular

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ifad rural poor kharas linn.pdf

This paper summarizes the results of the IFAD Institutional Scaling Up Review (Phase 2), which was conducted under a grant from IFAD to the Brookings Institution. Johannes Linn served as project leader for Brookings and Cheikh Sourang as task manager for IFAD. The authors are grateful for the support received from many IFAD colleagues in carrying out this research. Special thanks are due to Michael Hamp and Steven Schonberger who respectively contributed to the analysis of partnerships and value chains. All views are those of the authors and should not be attributed to IFAD or Brookings.

default Scaling up results Popular

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This brief provides an overview of IFAD's approach to scaling up results.

pdf SCALING UP THE FIGHT AGAINST RURAL POVERTY Popular

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The International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD) has long recognized that it needs to be a catalyst if it is to successfully achieve its mandate of significantly contributing to rural poverty reduction in developing countries. Over the last decade, we at IFAD have stressed innovation, knowledge, and scaling up as key elements of our approach. For many years we saw our role principally as an innovator in searching for and testing new so-lutions for the rural poor, but we always knew that innovation without generating knowledge of what works and building on this knowledge by scaling up successful interventions are critical.

Therefore, we were pleased to find that the Wolfensohn Center for Development at Brookings was ready to prepare an institutional scaling up review for IFAD to help us gain a better understanding of how we function as a scaling-up institution.

pdf The importance of scaling up for agricultural and rural development Popular

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The thesis of this article is that governments of countries that plan their agricultural and rural development programmes on a large scale – typically covering the entire agriculture sector and including all or most of the important ingredients for agricultural growth and rural development – do better in terms of agricultural production and reduction of rural poverty and hunger than do country government that do not invest broadly and at scale in such development.

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