Countries must build on existing progress toward ending hunger, using better data and policies based on sound evidence, IFPRI's leader says.
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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.
Inside the continuing evolution of one of IFPRI's most important projects.
There is evidence that cash transfers can save money and reduce the routine theft that plagues food aid programs. But how will they impact nutrition?
The G20 Agriculture Ministers met in Xi’an on June 3 to discuss the ways in which the members can promote food security, nutrition, sustainable agricultural growth and rural development worldwide.
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.
Panelists at the Washington, DC launch of the 2015 Global Hunger Index (GHI) offered sobering facts and heartbreaking stories, but also cause for cautious optimism. The 2015 Global Hunger Index —the tenth in an annual series produced by IFPRI, Concern…
Summary and video highlights of Rajiv Shah’s remarks at the 25th annual Forman Lecture.
The following story was originally published on IFPRI’s Food Security Portal blog. Child migration from Central America to the US can be attributed to different socioeconomic factors depending on the point of origin, demanding tailored multisectoral…
At the L’Aquila G-8 summit in 2009, governments and organizations committed more than $20 billion to agriculture and rural development as a means of promoting food and nutrition security. Within the overarching frameworks of the L’Aquila Food Security…