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    The image of a female smallholder farmer eking out a living on a postage stamp-sized parcel of degraded land with a baby on her back and barely enough to feed her family may belong in the history books, but more work is needed to get to ...
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    Technology can serve as a catalyst in agriculture, shifting farmers from subsistence to profit, and spurring dramatic quality of life improvements for the rural poor in many developing countries. New technologies can also help farmers contend ...
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    IFPRI congratulates the winners of the two iPad2s, awarded to two people who took part in the survey: The Potential of Agricultural Technologies, which closed on August 15. The two winners are: • Dr. Lalith Achoth, of Bangalore, India, and • ...
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    This blog story by IFPRI researchers Nicola Cenacchi and Claudia Ringler highlights key messages from Chapter 4 of the 2013 Global Food Policy Report One major outcome of the 2012 Rio+20 United Nations conference was the agreement to develop ...