Research in Kyrgyzstan shows that individual ambition and women's empowerment are linked.
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An innovative exercise helps stakeholders break out of set ways of thinking.
Research shows that a personal stake in the community matters more for agricultural extension services than staff numbers.
IFPRI research shows what works – and doesn't – in promoting gardening with the aim of boosting consumption of fruits and vegetables.
While political competition is generally accepted as good for democracy, research finds it can inhibit government service delivery in newer democracies lacking strong political parties and governing institutions, like Mali.
Targeted fertilizer subsidies cost more to administer but are significantly more cost-effective than universal subsidies, IFPRI research shows.
Continued low oil prices are putting unsustainable stresses on Nigeria's economy. Time to diversify.
A workshop employs creative mapping techniques to visualize interview data.
The "Takaful and Karama" (Solidarity and Dignity) program is boosting household spending and improving various measures of well-being, IFPRI assessments show.
A new study reveals alarming risks from smog.