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Utilizing modern technologies to support the development of innovations in financial services and to enhance the opportunities for financial integration in the Arab region
 
The Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) will hold a high-level conference on "The Role of Cross-Border Payment Arrangements in Enhancing Regional Financial Integration" to be held on 27 and 28 March 2019 in Abu Dhabi.
The conference will be attended by a number of experts in the field of payment systems and financial services, senior officials from ministries of finance and economy, representatives of central banks, Arab monetary institutions and money market authorities. Commercial banks, technology and financial institutions, financial technology companies, consulting firms and local, regional and international payment systems will also participate.   
"In view of the changes in financial services and technologies, there are opportunities to encourage regional financial integration through new economic and financial opportunities," said Dr Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al Humaidi, Managing Director of the Fund.
The two-day conference will focus on the role of cross-border economic and financial activities in promoting regional financial integration. The conference will address the latest trends in modern payment systems and innovations in addition to the challenges and risks associated with them. It also addresses the growing importance of cross-border payment systems and their role in promoting and consolidating opportunities for inclusiveness, integration and financial stability.
The Arab Monetary Fund intends to take advantage of the opportunity of the conference to introduce IFAD's vision and efforts in establishing regional arrangements for payment, settlement and financial infrastructure.  
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INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (IFAD)




World Perspective Team 
Written by Robert-Alexandre Séguin 




History 

As the population continues to grow, hunger in the world becomes an increasingly alarming issue. The international community will convene the World Food Conference in Rome in 1974 in a context where food stocks are declining and famine cases appear to be increasing. (1) It will be elaborated as a principle that everyone has an "inalienable right to be free from hunger and malnutrition" (2) As one can imagine, to bring this goal to a conclusion will not be obvious. The rural populations are very often the poorest and the development of the regions is not easy to do. To financially assist the projects of the poor, the international community will thus be born three years later the International Fund for Agricultural Development. 

Mandate and objectives 

IFAD has a mandate to promote agricultural initiatives put forward by farmers in developing countries. On the other hand, as they are in many cases experiencing the worst quality of life in the world (3), it is very difficult for them to find the resources they need to prosper. IFAD's main objective is to "mobilize and provide on concessional terms additional financial resources for agricultural growth in developing Member States. (4) Capital is released to finance farmers' initiatives by providing them with small-scale loans. These projects may be of agrarian nature, but the development of livestock and fishery infrastructures is also financed, 

Membership 

Any Member State of an international organization such as the United Nations or the International Atomic Energy Agency may become a member of IFAD. Moreover, a state that grants supranational status, such as the European Union, competencies compatible with those of IFAD may aspire to become a member, but the criterion most often considered remains membership of the United Nations. There are now 164 members in the Fund. 

One of the interesting criteria in the process of joining the Fund is that each aspiring country must have a "freely convertible currency". (5) Since the investments made by the Fund are a form of capital injection for the economic development of a country, each member must have an exchangeable currency. This is likely to explain the absence of Russia and several countries from the former Soviet sphere of influence in IFAD's member states. The first member of this bloc to join is Armenia in March 1993 (6) after the collapse of the USSR. Nevertheless, some Communist countries will still join the Fund, like China in 1980, as long as members agree on exchange value for the country's currency. 

The Member States of the International Fund for Agricultural Development are separated into three different lists; lists A (member countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), B (member countries of the Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries) and C (developing countries). This latter list is in turn divided into three regional sub-divisions, namely Africa (C1); Europe, Asia and the Pacific (C2); and Latin America and the Caribbean (C3) (7). It should be noted that Member States fund the International Fund, and it is often those in List A who have the means to do so. 

Structure 

Three main structures exist to manage the Fund within the Office of the President; the Office of the President and Vice-President as such, the Internal Appeals Office, which handles appeal requests if there is dispute in the apportionment of funds, and the Office of the General Council. The latter includes the secretariat of the main organs of the International Fund for Agricultural Development; the Board of Governors and the Executive Committee. The last two are the main decision-making bodies. 

IFAD is headed by a Board of Governors, where each member country appoints a governor and a second one who can replace him. The latter have a voting right (8) which mainly concerns the allocation of resources and the budget of the organization. All decisions of the Fund must be accepted by the Board of Governors. (9) 

An Executive Committee is also formed to decide how the Fund's investments will be distributed. They accept or reject the projects submitted, examine the candidacy of aspiring states and formulate an annual budget. (10) Of course, each of these decisions depends on the approval of the Board of Governors. There are 18 members of the Committee and 18 second members who are elected by the Council: 8 members and 2 come from list A (OECD member countries: 23 countries); 4 from list B (OPEC member countries: 12 countries); and 6 from list C (developing countries: 129 countries), 2 per sub-regional lists (C1, C2 and C3). (11) 

An Evaluation Committee (12) will be linked to the Executive Committee and will evaluate loan applications to carry out the different projects. He will keep a follow-up, in order to learn from the mistakes of the past and to improve future projects. In short, it is he who chooses which projects will merit program funds. Its members are appointed by the Executive Committee for terms of three years. 

The External Affairs Department, with its various bodies, ensures the bridge between the Fund and the outside world. He sees to it that his vision of "pro-rural poor people" is promoted on the international scene. (13) 

The Finance and Administration Department will in turn oversee the allocation of funds to members once the amount is voted by the Board of Governors.It plans the budget, manages the investments and calculates the risks incurred by the Fund according to the distribution of its capital. (14) 

The program management department will ensure the distribution of the investments in their different forms to the member countries. ) It will be divided according to the geographic regions that make up the different membership lists. 

Decision Instruments 

Since the victory of capitalism over the communist systems, we know in the developing countries a disengagement of the State more and more pushed.This usually leads to a concentration of wealth in urban areas; rural areas are often neglected and financial institutions refuse to take the risk of granting loans to people without resources. 

The International Fund for Agricultural Development has therefore devised a pioneering system, namely microcredit. Every farmer is responsible for his loan, however small, and must make his investment profitable. In spite of an often high interest rate, this makes it possible to release funds for the small farmers who are responsible for their credit line. This allows borrowers to make a surprising return on their capital: "The loan is made through a financial partner: a local bank, a credit union or an NGO that has turned into a caisse de dépôt. Each borrower is personally responsible for the credit they receive.Surprise: it is more reliable than households in affluent countries. The rate of interest is high - beyond 20% - but the reimbursement rate reaches for example 97% in Benin and the Dominican Republic. (16) It is also recognized that every dollar invested in local economies in this way creates two in the global economy. (17) 

The loan allocation system is highly decentralized. IFAD will often encourage the development of microfinance institutions (MFIs), farmer loan management institutions that manage local needs in the field. By decentralizing their system and relegating the task of allocating investments to independent systems, the Fund ensures that the most urgent needs are addressed first. (18) 

Other interesting information 

The way in which voting rights are allocated to IFAD decision-making committees is quite unique. At the Board of Governors, there is a total of 1,800 votes cast for representatives. From this total are divided two types of votes; 790 are granted equitably to the 164 acceding countries, conferring a minimum of 4,846 votes per member, and 1010 votes divided according to the contribution paid to the organization. (19) 

Even though developing countries have a large majority, a large part of the votes are allocated to those who have the means to invest in the Fund. It is true that they have the right to follow up and decide where their investments will go, but this is done at the expense of the majority of the members, who will ultimately benefit. 

Recent interventions 

Starting in 2001, IFAD will rethink how it will allocate its resources. After the Millennium Declaration, the Fund will reiterate its main objective; eliminate extreme poverty in rural areas. However, some basic infrastructures are very underdeveloped in many cases. One of the striking problems in some of the most remote areas is the lack of a road system. Land development is very often in order, but the lack of transport infrastructure to develop an efficient market is sometimes the biggest obstacle for farmers. To find a viable solution to development challenges, IFAD must also address the issue of market access for farmers. 

References 

1. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, Bluebook of 1994, 2nd Section, http://www.mofa.go.jp/policy/other/bluebook/1974/1974-3-2.htm 

2. Food and Agriculture Association , FAO Resolution 2/95, 31 October 1995, http://www.fao.org/wfs/resource/english/resolut.htm 

3. CIDR Associative Group, "IFAD Regional Strategy for Rural Finance in Central and of the West ", http://www.groupecidr.org/working-and-research-search/microfinance-institutions/regional-strategy-of-fida-in-rural-finance- africa-central-and-west-article31.html 

4. INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, Agreement on the Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, p.4 

5. INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, Agreement on the Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, p.4 

6. MULTILATERAL TREATIES DEPOSITED WITH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL, Agreement on the Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, http: // untreaty.un.org/ENGLISH/bible/frenchinternetbible/partI/chapterX/treaty18.asp 

7. INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, IFAD Member States, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/ms.htm 

8. Moreover, the voting rights of organizations are done in a very particular way, as explained in the section "Other interesting information". 

9. Idem, Governing Council, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/gc.htm 

10. Ibid., Executive Board, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/eb.htm 

11. Ibid., IFAD Governance, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/gb.htm 

12. Same, IFAD Executive Committee, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/ec.htm 

13. Idem, External Affairs Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/ed.htm 

14. Same, Finance and Administration Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/fad.htm 

15. Idem, Program Management Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/pd.htm 

16 Richard HEUZÉ, LE FIGARO, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, "the five dollars that changed the life of Ibu Sahnun, 

17. LE FIGARO, Wednesday, May 5, 2004," Peasants multiplier of wealth " 

18. CIDR Associative Group, "IFAD Regional Strategy for Rural Finance in Central and West Africa", http://www.groupecidr.org/working-and-research-work/institutions-of- microfinance / regional-strategy-of-fida-in-rural-finance-in-central-africa-and-west-article31.html 

19. Idem, Member's Votes, http://www.ifad.org/ governance / ifad / vote.htm 

20. INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, Strategic Framework for IFAD 2002-2006, http://www.ifad.org/sf/index.htm 



Bibliography 

LE FIGARO, Wednesday 5 May 2004, "Farmers multipliers of wealth, "found on Biblio Branchee, 1p. 

INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, Agreement on the Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, Rome, IFAD Publications Team and Micro Publishing, first version November 30, 1977 and last modifications in April 1998, 27p. 

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ASSOCIATION, FAO Resolution 2/95, 31 October 1995, http://www.fao.org/wfs/resource/english/resolut.htm 

ASSOCIATION GROUP CIDR, "IFAD Regional Strategy for Rural Finance in Africa Centrale et de l'Ouest ", http://www.groupecidr.org/en/work-search-and-research/institutions-of-microfinance/regional-strategy-of-fida-in-rural-finance in-africa-central-and-the-west article31.html 

Richard HEUZE, LE FIGARO, Wednesday, January 12, 2005, "The five dollars that changed the life of Ibu Sahnun" 

Richard HEUZE, LE FIGARO ECONOMY, Saturday, February 22, 2003, "Kofi Annan:" Do not forget about poverty "" , p.3 

INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, IFAD Member States, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/ms.htm 

Idem, IFAD Executive Committee, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad /ec.htm 

Idem, External Affairs Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/ed.htm 

Idem, Finance and Administration Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/fad. htm 

Idem, Program Management Department, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/pd.htm 

Same, Governing Council, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/gc.htm 

Idem, Executive Board, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/eb.htm 

Same, IFAD Governance, http : http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/gb.htm 

Same, Member's Votes, http://www.ifad.org/governance/ifad/vote.htm 

Idem, Strategic Framework for IFAD 2002-2006, http: http://www.ifad.org/sf/index.htm 

Idem, Internal Organization, http://www.ifad.org/governance/internal/index.htm 

MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS OF JAPAN, Bluebook of 1994, 2nd Section, http // : http://www.mofa.go.jp/policy/other/bluebook/1974/1974-3-2.htm 

MULTILATERAL TREATIES DEPOSITED WITH THE SECRETARY-GENERAL, Agreement on the Establishment of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, http://untreaty.un.org/ENGLISH/bible/frenchinternetbible/partI/chapterX/treaty18.asp 
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US $ 31.8 million
Total project cost

US $ 18.2 million
Total fund funding

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Context

Iraq is an oil-rich country with upper-middle-income countries with a population of 36.4 million in 2015, 30.1 per cent of whom live in rural areas. The country's agricultural sector is a vital component of the economy, although it does not constitute 5.7 per cent of GDP.
The rural poverty rate - 31 per cent in 2012 - is a direct result of rapid population growth, conflict and insecurity. In addition, climate change has contributed to increasing water scarcity and accelerating desertification. Taken together, these effects have reduced the likelihood of rewarding irrigated agricultural production and poor sustainable income generation opportunities for rural communities.
It is estimated that the unemployment rate in Iraq is 11 per cent nationally (7 per cent male and 13 per cent female). For young people (15-24), the unemployment rate is high at 18 per cent (27 per cent for females and 17 per cent for males). There is considerable inequality in the labor force. Compared to 73 per cent of active men, only 14 per cent of women work or are seriously looking for work, and most women work in the agricultural sector .
[url=http://www.undp.org/content/dam/iraq/docs/mdgs/MDG Booklet 2013_C_FIN-EN.pdf]However, the proportion of women increased wages in the non - agricultural sector from 12.1 per cent in 2008 to 14.7 per cent in 2011[/url] .  
Despite these challenges, the country has great potential. Iraq's National Development Plan identifies agriculture as one of the key sectors to accelerate non-oil growth, increase income distribution and achieve gender equality. 

The strategy

A recent agreement between the IMF and Iraq opened the door for the Fund to fund its first agricultural investment project in Iraq after the war. To date, IFAD's contribution to Iraq has been limited to a regional agricultural research grant.
The fund will invest in a loan for a seven-year investment project and a grant of about US $ 16.23 million supplemented by another US $ 2 million grant from the Smallholder Agriculture Adaptation Program. 
The overall objective of IFAD's engagement in Iraq is to support government priorities and national agro-programs to increase the productivity and income of smallholder farmers and to enhance resilience to climate change at the same time.
The project will invest in the development of irrigation infrastructure, improved food security, nutrition and poverty reduction through increased agricultural and non-agricultural incomes.
The project will contribute to reducing vulnerability and increasing incomes of poor rural communities in the four southern governorates of Maysan, Muthanna, Dhi Qar and Qadissiya; enhancing the capacity of smallholder crop and livestock production systems to withstand climate change; and enhancing the productivity and profitability of smallholder crop and livestock producers by obtaining Financial services, technologies and access to lucrative markets.

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  • As of December 2015, at least 3.3 million Iraqis have been displaced as a result of conflict.
  • The poverty rate in rural Iraq ( 31 per cent in 2012) is more than double that of urban areas (15 per cent ).
  • Only 14 per cent of women are economically active, compared to 73 per cent of men. 







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Mohamed Abdelgadir
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Rami Abu Salman
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Dina Saleh
Country Director
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Smallholder Agricultural Revitalization Project
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COST : $ 31.79 million
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The Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) will hold a high-level conference on electronic cross-border payment arrangements to enhance regional financial integration between Arab countries on 27 and 28 March in Abu Dhabi with a high presence of representatives of finance ministries, central banks, capital markets, In the regional and international financial and technology sectors in the region. 
Within this context, the Chairman and Director General of the Fund, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Humaidi, stressed the existence of a real opportunity for regional financial integration based on changes in financial services and technologies worldwide. 

The two-day conference will focus on the role of cross-border economic and financial activities and their importance in promoting regional financial integration and financial inclusion. The conference will address the latest electronic payment systems, challenges and risks.
The Fund intends to benefit from the Conference to highlight its vision to establish regional arrangements for electronic payment and settlement.
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Abu Dhabi / Morning follow up
 

The Arab Monetary Fund (AMF) is organizing a high-level conference in Abu Dhabi to discuss "the role of cross-border payment arrangements in promoting regional financial integration" to be held on March 27-28, 
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"The conference will be attended by a number of experts in the field of payment systems and financial services, senior officials from the ministries of finance and economy and representatives of central banks and Arab monetary institutions and financial markets."
"Commercial banks, technology sector organizations, financial institutions, financial technology companies, consulting firms and local and regional payment systems technologies will participate in the conference 
And international. "
"In view of the changes in financial services and technologies, there are opportunities to promote regional financial integration through new economic and financial opportunities," said Dr Abdulrahman bin Abdullah Al-Humaidi, Director General of the Fund.
The two-day conference will focus on the role of cross-border economic and financial activities in promoting financial integration
 Regional level.
The conference will address the latest trends in modern payment systems and innovations in addition to the challenges and risks associated with them. It also addresses the growing importance of cross-border payment systems and their role in promoting and consolidating opportunities for inclusiveness, integration and financial stability.
The Arab Monetary Fund intends to take advantage of the conference's opportunity to introduce IFAD's vision and efforts in establishing regional payment and settlement arrangements and financial infrastructure.
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