International Fund for Agricultural Development

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A fund, proposed by the 1974 World Food Conference, that began operations in 1977 with the purpose of providing additional funds for agricultural and rural development in developing countries. It currently has 165 member states. The headquarters of the IFAD are in Rome.

Subjects: International Law — Financial Institutions and Services.

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