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Examining the role of rural women activists in bringing change to nutrition and food systems worldwide.
A 10-year collaboration between IFPRI and Helen Keller International leads to improving measures of anemia, stunting, and other benchmarks among participating children.
Climate programs must take more than just climate into account. A new framework for policy makers.
Interpersonal counseling and other targeted efforts boost breastfeeding and childhood nutrition—and can be applied most anywhere, IFPRI research shows.
Development programs should not assume merely addressing gender is enough to empower women: a more nuanced approach is needed.
The following post by IFPRI collaborator Hitomi Komatsu was originally published on the Agrilinks site. Malnutrition is a severe problem, especially in poor households in developing countries. Many families are not well nourished because they do not…
Although we have successfully reached the Millennium Development Goal of halving extreme poverty and hunger at the global level, an estimated 795 million people continue to suffer from hunger while two billion suffer from micronutrient deficiencies.…
Sara Stevano shares findings from a recent systematic review, also presented at an IFPRI Policy Seminar on May 7, 2015.
The following is an excerpted version of a blog story originally published on the CGIARResearch Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) website. The story relates closely to this year’s theme for World Health Day, which highlights the…