Small scale irrigation projects yield agricultural gains—but create unanticipated problems for women farmers in Tanzania.
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A 10-year collaboration between IFPRI and Helen Keller International leads to improving measures of anemia, stunting, and other benchmarks among participating children.
A new research portal tracks women's representation in agricultural research in Africa country-by-country.
The benefits of women's land rights offer a promising path for poverty programs and for future research.
Development programs should not assume merely addressing gender is enough to empower women: a more nuanced approach is needed.
Niger is a hot landlocked country, mostly covered by the Sahara desert with a rainy season of only three months.
Sara Stevano shares findings from a recent systematic review, also presented at an IFPRI Policy Seminar on May 7, 2015.
Have you heard the statistic that while women account for 60 to 80 percent of global food production, they own only 2 percent of the world’s land? If you work in international development, you most likely have come across such “gender myths.” At a…
Originally posted by Emily Hogue, Team Leader for Monitoring and Evaluation, Bureau for Food Security USAID, on the Feed the Future Blog Last year we launched an innovative tool to measure women’s empowerment in agriculture. Last month, we celebrated…