IFPRI's Tewodaj Mogues is among seven women to be inducted into the Foreign Policy Interrupted's Fellowship Program for 2018. The FPI’s Fellows Program welcomes women who are 30 and older, who demonstrate dedication and achievement in international affairs and foreign policy. The program is designed to empower women to diversify the voices and perspectives in the area of foreign policy.
Mogues is a senior research fellow, who investigates the welfare impacts of public investments in agriculture and rural areas in Africa. She assesses the political and economic factors behind the allocation of resources for development and has produced empirical data from Ethiopia, Ghana, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Uganda. She also leads the research cluster on Public Investments and Institutions under the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets.