Publications: Nigeria

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    Today, IFPRI launches West African Agriculture and Climate Change, the first of three monographs on climate change and agriculture in West, Central, and Eastern Africa. The monographs result from a research project headed by IFPRI Senior ...
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    The new International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) book West African Agriculture and Climate Change uses sophisticated modeling and available data to develop future scenarios exploring the range of climate change consequences for ...
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    Press Release International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) April 2, 2013 West African policy makers should prepare for future challenges from climate change as they address the pressing needs of broad-based economic growth. Maize, ...
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    Agricultural growth is key to reducing poverty in Africa, south of the Sahara. That is why, in 2003, African heads of state rallied to form the pan-African Comprehensive African Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP), which works for sustained ...
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    Some experts believed that by 2010, up to 50 million “environmental refugees” would flee their lands due to the dramatically negative effects of climate change. Such claims, however, are not based on the actual responses of households and ...
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    Nanotechnology, which involves the manipulation of material measuring between 1–100 nanometers in at least one dimension, is leading to the development of potentially revolutionary technologies in a variety of industries, including agriculture ...
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    As we increasingly recognize the far reaching impacts of climate change, research has turned greater attention to the concept of environmentally-induced migration. Vulnerable populations such as the poor and landless are more likely to migrate ...
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    Accra—Policymakers, African experts, and international researchers are convening here on May 10-11 to discuss important opportunities and challenges related to economic development, urbanization, and industrialization on the continent. The ...
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    The community-driven development approach (CDD) has become increasingly popular among international development organizations due to its potential to develop sustainable projects that are responsive to local priorities, empower communities, and ...
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    Abstract The APSF Stakeholder Workshop convened policymakers, farmer organizations, donors, development partners, and members of the research community to learn about research findings on Nigeria’s agricultural development and to discuss ...
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    Related Materials on Media briefing page Entebbe — International experts, key policymakers, heads of farmers associations, and private sector representatives are gathering here from May 19-21 to examine the potential benefits and challenges of ...
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    Until recently, being disabled in Yola, Nigeria, meant living on the streets. But a project to improve the livelihood of those who live and work in the country’s flood plains and low-lying areas (fadamas) has helped turned beggars into ...