India's Scroll.in, a news portal, published an article on the Global Hunger Index 2017 highlighting the country's performance on the index. The report noted India has a “serious” hunger problem and ranks behind countries such as Bangladesh, Nepal,…
Reuters published an article on the Global Hunger Index 2017. The report noted that global hunger has fallen more than a quarter since 2000, but conflict and climate shocks are beginning to reverse these gains.
This year one country hit the threshold of 50, which signifies extremely alarming hunger levels. But, it is impossible to know exactly how severe hunger is in some of the world’s poorest countries that lack data to determine GHI scores.
Global hunger levels have fallen more than a quarter since 2000, but more recent rising hunger scores of several countries in the 2017 Global Hunger Index (GHI) underline how uneven this progress has been and how precarious it is to maintain.
NPR published a report on the devastating after effects of disasters such as the recent hurricanes and floods on aspirations and economic choices of those affected based on a recent IFPRI study co-authored by Senior Research Fellow Katrina Kosec.
Strategic investments can help unlock potential for agribusiness growth in African nations with low agribusiness competitiveness, food security and agricultural productivity, according to a recent IFPRI study.
Bangladesh's The Daily Star covered an IFPRI workshop held on Wednesday on “Developing the Seed Sector in Bangladesh: What Role for Policy.” Senior research fellow and head of IFPRI's Dhaka office Akhter Ahmed spoke at the workshop on the need to…