Saturday, November 16, 2019

Båge aims to speed up IFAD reforms as his term comes to an end

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is in the midst of a comprehensive reform process. President Lennart Båge is heading this transformation from an “authoritarian, hierarchical" agency to one where competence and professionalism are rewarded.

But Båge’s term comes to a close next year, and it remains to be seen whether his replacement will follow through on the changes he has initiated.

Lennart Båge

Lennart Båge became President of IFAD in 2001. His term ends next April.


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