An ongoing IFPRI study examines how gender influences the communication of agricultural extension messages in Uganda.
A survey of rural communities in Nigeria shows how agricultural programs can encourage better use of ecosystem services in pest control.
MTID partners with FONGS, a federation of farmers’ associations in Senegal, to build M&E capacity.
As researchers working on agricultural development programs in South Asia and Africa, there are a lot of agronomists in our world. Despite being IFPRI economists working on agricultural science and policy issues.
Learning through randomized control trials can be an ongoing process, and it does not stop at the conclusion of the study.
The following post, written by Kate Ambler, Alan de Brauw, and Susan Godlonton from IFPRI’s Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division, is the first in a series of researcher-authored blog stories highlighting ongoing applied microeconomics research…
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has been the subject of buzz in the international development community as supporters are rallying funds, intellect, and awareness around the country’s intent to experience the same positive developments in child…