Highlights from chapter 7 of the 2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report
The following story by Jacopo Bordignon shares highlights from Chapter 7 of the 2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report, which was authored by Clemens Breisinger, Olivier Ecker, and Jean Francois Trinh Tan from IFPRI's Development Strategy and Governance Division.
IFPRI research on water for sustainable development
Why sanitation matters for nutrition
*The following post by IFPRI senior research fellow Lawrence Haddad shares highlights from Chapter 3 of the 2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report, which Haddad co-authored with Dean Spears, Director of R.I.C.E. and visiting economist at the Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics, India.
Highlights from the 2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report
Countries such as India, Brazil, and China have made impressive economic strides in recent years and are the foundation of what are termed middle income countries (MICs).
They also have a persistent hunger problem.
Reflections about the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
*The following blog story was originally published on the Farming First website.
Picturing it over 20 years of IFPRI gender research
On March 8, IFPRI joins individuals and organizations around the world in celebrating International Women’s Day. The theme this year, “Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture It!” urges us to both celebrate connections between women and community empowerment and to envision new ways to advance the rights of women.
Borrowing innovative ideas from research and other sectors, adjusting them, and scaling them up to meet the demand from developing country partners is essential if we are to make real progress toward creating a carbon-neutral world. Finding ways in which clean energy technology can be used to increase agricultural production without placing undue burdens on natural resources will be a necessary step toward helping we reach our emission targets moving forward.