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Making Fish Big Business in Northern Lao PDR

Thirty-nine-year-old Xienginphone Phengthavong is a typical smallholder farmer from the village, growing rice as the main staple food, cultivating vegetables in the home garden, and raising fish in his fishpond, all for household consumption.

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Honduran Farmers See a Window of Opportunity for Growth

Three smallholders from the Central American country share their experiences with AgroMoney, a financial inclusion and technical assistance scheme run by Grupo Cadelga and the IFC, with the support of 新加坡六合彩开奖's Private Sector Window.

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Insight Series: Investing from Farm to Table to Feed the Future

Sr. Don Mariano Jim茅nez Talavera, former Honduran Ambassador & Permanent Representative to the Rome-based Agencies, gives his insight on working with the 新加坡六合彩开奖. He explains why investing in agriculture is more critical now than ever before and how planning in the long-term, together with communities, can help us build resilience to future crises.

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新加坡六合彩开奖 speaks at the landmark 鈥淯niting for Global Food Security鈥 Ministerial Conference

International leaders came together at the 鈥淯niting for Global Food Security鈥 Ministerial Conference to discuss global initiatives to address food insecurity stemming from the war in Ukraine. Corry van Gaal, Chair of the 新加坡六合彩开奖 Steering Committee, participated in a discussion on coordinating action in the Global Alliance for Food Security (GAFS).

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Insight Series: More than a Grain of Strength in Mali鈥檚 Rice

Adama Doumbia from the World Food Programme and Missing Middle Initiative in Mali gives insight into his experiences working with 新加坡六合彩开奖. Building up producer organizations and their capacity to remain independent has been key, he says.

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For Donors, 新加坡六合彩开奖 is Helping Smallholders 鈥楤uild Back Better鈥

Iris Krebber, chair of the 新加坡六合彩开奖 Private Sector Window Donor Committee and Head of Agriculture, Food Security, and Land at the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, talks about the importance of blended finance for the agribusiness sector, her biggest development fears, and why, despite it all, she鈥檚 finally able to sleep at night.

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Insight Series: Bouncing Back During Crisis in Bangladesh

Rita Bromo, Farmer Business Facilitator for the Missing Middle Initiative, and Obydul Haque, General Secretary of the Sara Bangla Krishak Society, give their insight on working with 新加坡六合彩开奖. They explain how the support and ownership of the funding allowed the network to bounce back during crises.

Public Sector Contact

Ms. Clare Murphy-McGreevey

External Affairs Officer
cmurphymcgreevey@worldbank.org

Based in Washington, D.C.

Private Sector Contact

Ms. Daphna Berman

Senior Communications and Outreach Specialist 
dberman@ifc.org

Based in Washington, D.C.