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On the International Day of the Girl Child, IFPRI research shows the benefits of early health, nutrition, and education interventions—and the need for better data.
Research in Africa by IFPRI and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) shows organizations should actively engage women in decision-making on smallholder irrigation.
Interpersonal counseling and other targeted efforts boost breastfeeding and childhood nutrition—and can be applied most anywhere, IFPRI research shows.
Emory University Professor Kathryn Yount on emerging ways to systematically assess women's relative power and position in communities.
For 25 years, we've been examining the role of gender in agriculture and in building resilience to climate change.
Development programs should not assume merely addressing gender is enough to empower women: a more nuanced approach is needed.
To mark the International Day of Rural Women, a hard look at some common misconceptions.
More than 150 participants gathered at a series of workshops in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Tanzania to discuss how to improve gender parity in irrigation, focusing on identifying key guiding questions for policy makers and practitioners.
The theme for this year’s World Water Day—“water and jobs”— is intended to draw attention to the often invisible role of water in creating and supporting jobs, and how better water supplies could create better jobs. Nowhere is this more applicable…