Due to conflict and drought, more people face hunger and other forms of food insecurity. What can be done?
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Ways that Argentina can use its G20 presidency to strengthen the world's food systems.
The Eleventh WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires offers an opportunity to jump-start stalled international progress on trade and food security.
Despite its flaws, the international trading system has many tools that can be applied to reduce hunger and malnutrition.
New IFPRI research maps the vulnerability of local markets in 27 developing countries to volatile global prices.
A new brief shows it would take a fairly modest amount – $11 billion annually from donors and governments – to do the job. How that figure was calculated.
Food price volatility and extreme price shocks have serious implications for politics, agriculture, climate, and food and nutrition security, according to a new book published by ZEF and IFPRI.
The unusually strong 2015-2016 El Niño cycle has caused widespread drought throughout southern and eastern Africa, triggering delayed planting and crop failures, particularly in South Africa, Mozambique, Malawi, Botswana, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe.
Food and nutrition security (FNS) is a multi-dimensional concept, spanning the agriculture, trade, health, and social sectors. Often, however, policies only address FNS through one lens: that of food production.
Africa south of the Sahara must invest in research and development (R&D) without delay if it wants to reduce poverty and food insecurity and meet the challenges of rapid population growth, climate change, and food price volatility. So say IFPRI…