“The current food system was not built to promote healthy food” – FAO Director General José Graziano da Silva.
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Rising living standards have addressed some nutrition problems in Ethiopia— but are creating a new set of challenges.
Development assistance in the form of food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition can play an important role in protecting poor families from economic or health shocks in vulnerable countries such as Burundi.
To maximize the impact such nutritional interventions can have on a child's linear growth, research shows they should target the entire period from conception to a child's second birthday.
How rural women activists are bringing about change from the ground up.
Examining the role of rural women activists in bringing change to nutrition and food systems worldwide.
A discussion of IFPRI's Advancing Research on Nutrition and Agriculture (ARENA) project.
New mapping studies in Nature show child health and education trends in Africa at a granular level—the next step is putting this powerful tool to work to improve conditions on the ground.
The total investment required to meet SDG2 by 2030 varies widely depending on which framework is applied, IFPRI research shows.
Why better data and more effective policies are necessary to guide investments in agriculture and food systems to meet the SDGs.