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Small-scale farmers in developing countries produce one third of the world’s food.

But today they are only one flood, one drought or one failed harvest away from ruin.

To stem the impact of climate change on food security and to reduce poverty, IFAD is calling for more investment in rural communities—now.

Greater financing can unlock a better future. If donors boost their funding to IFAD, more rural people can lead climate action and their own development.

Tomorrow is a new day. What will it look like?

Shot in Tunisia by award-winning director Jonathan Pearson, ‘A New Day’ features rural people supported by IFAD. Nina Simone’s ‘Feeling Good’ provides the soundtrack and reminds us that solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges do exist—and rural people can lead these if they are properly supported.

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