International Fund for Agricultural Development
International Fund for Agricultural Development

Founding Year: 1977

Staff: 127

Budget: $552k

Gilbert F. Houngbo (President) and Dominik Ziller (Vice-President)

This specialized agency of the UN finances agricultural development projects primarily for food production in developing countries, with the goal of eradicating rural poverty and hunger. They focus on the people in rural areas who depend on agriculture and related activities.

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International Fund for Agricultural Development contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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