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Ireland’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, David Donoghue, with United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon

Ireland’s Ambassador to co-chair global development negotiations

23/10/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Environmental/Climate Change, Hunger, Poverty, News/feature, Africa, Ireland, 2014

International day for the Eradication of Poverty

16/10/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Poverty, Education, News/feature, Ethiopia, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, 2014
World Food Day - Family Farming 2014

World Food - Family Farming 2014

15/10/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Hunger, News/feature, Video, Zambia, 2014
Rosemary Kadzitche, Mchinji, Malawi (c) Irish Aid

Celebrating International Day of Rural Women

14/10/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Gender, News/feature, Africa, Malawi, Tanzania, 2014
Zero Hunger Challenge News Image

Acting together, acting now: Delivering Zero Hunger

25/9/14

Agriculture, Hunger, Poverty, News/feature, Africa, Global, 2014

Alliance for Climate smart agriculture

24/9/14

Environmental/Climate Change, Agriculture, News/feature, Africa, 2014

Land Belongs to the Future - Let’s Climate Proof It

17/6/14

Agriculture, Environmental/Climate Change, Hunger, News/feature, Ethiopia, Africa, 2014
The Daudi family enrolled in a farmer field school implemented by TechnoServe with Irish Aid funding.

Improving lives of smallholder farmers in Tanzania

17/4/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Case study, Africa, Tanzania, 2014
Members of Gumutindo Co-operative, Uganda. Photo: Oliver Scheel / TransFair e.V

Fairtrade Coffee from Uganda: Gumutindo Cooperative

6/3/14

Agriculture, Poverty, Case study, Africa, Ireland, Uganda, 2014
Ansiira Nyirabagenzi inspects her new crop of Quality Protein Maize in Nyabugando, Western Uganda. Photo: Harriet Adong / Farm Radio International

World Radio Day: Using Radio to Improve Farming

13/2/14

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, News/feature, Africa, Ethiopia, Malawi, Tanzania, 2014

Research on improving nutrition through bio-fortified crops

28/1/14

Agriculture, News/feature, Africa, Ireland, 2013

Assisting farmers around the world

23/9/13

Agriculture, Hunger, Poverty, Environmental/Climate Change, News/feature, Africa, Ireland, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Timor Leste, 2013
Irrigation canal, Pa Lang village, Nghia Thuan commune, Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province, Vietnam. Photo: Pham Quang Hoa

Building resilience through improved irrigation

9/9/13

Agriculture, Poverty, Case study, Vietnam, Ireland, 2013
Guido Ximenes Sequeira, Director of Josephina Farm explains when seedlings are ready to be transplanted to vegetable fields, Timor Leste. Photo: Annabella Skof ILO.

Business Opportunities and Support Services

9/9/13

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Poverty, Trade, Case study, Timor Leste, Ireland, 2013
Mary Zumbuza tending her irrigation plot in the Nsembe irrigation scheme, Malawi. Photo: Irish Aid

Irrigation extending the growing season

9/9/13

Agriculture, Hunger, Poverty, Case study, Africa, Ireland, Malawi, 2013
Mamosiuoa Maromaki working at her keyhole garden, Leribe, Lesotho. Photo: Matela Thabane, Irish Aid

Unlocking the potential of small-scale farming

9/9/13

Agriculture, Poverty, Hunger, Case study, Africa, Ireland, Lesotho, 2013
Ahmed Yimer, Ethiopia, harvesting his improved Tef, grown from seeds provided by Concern Worldwide, with the support of Irish Aid. Photo: Concern

Improving Harvests in Ethiopia

9/9/13

Agriculture, Aid Effectiveness, Hunger, Poverty, Case study, Africa, Ethiopia, Ireland, 2013
Ester Jerome Mtegule, Oxfam Ireland's first Female Food Hero. Lyenge, Tanzania. 2011

Female Food Heroes in Tanzania

6/9/13

Gender, Agriculture, Case study, Ireland, Tanzania, Africa, 2013
Women in Tanzania prepare sweet potatoes as part of Enhanced Homestead Food Production Project. Photo: Irish Aid.

The not-so-humble spud

23/8/13

Agriculture, Hunger, News/feature, Africa, Ireland, 2013
Daniel Kampani and his wife Clara on their conservation agriculture demonstration plot

Sowing the Seeds of Change: Supporting agriculture in Malawi

6/8/13

Agriculture, Case study, Ireland, Malawi, 2013
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