- Apr 1, 2014
The following post by Asma Lateef, Director of Bread for the World Institute, is a modified version of a story that originally was published on the Bread for the World Institute’s blog.
- Mar 31, 2014
Note: A modified version of this story originally appeared on Dani Rodrik’s weblog on March 28, 2014.
- Mar 24, 2014
The following story was originally published on the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA) website. ICARDA is a member of the Consortium of International Agricultural Research Centers, supported by the CGIAR Fund.
- Mar 21, 2014
- Mar 19, 2014
Nutrition perspectives from the 2013 Global Food Policy Report
The year 2013 saw a major step forward in global attention to nutrition.
- Mar 13, 2014
Workshop highlights policymaker-friendly tools
When it comes to enacting climate change policy in agriculture, policymakers are often challenged by a range of information and input from different sectors: the research community, the private sector, and the public and policymaking community. What’s more, their policies must account for a range of global forces, from price changes to pressures on land use. To successfully develop and implement policies that mitigate climate change and enhance food security, they need reliable and relevant data that incorporates input from a range of disciplines and sectors.
- Mar 6, 2014
Highlights from IFPRI’s gender research and women’s role in the larger development puzzle
This Saturday marks International Women’s Day. The theme this year is “equality for women is progress for all,” and IFPRI’s gender work is essential to its larger mission of achieving food and nutrition security for all and reducing poverty levels throughout the world.
- Feb 27, 2014
Land titling, gender, and food security in West Bengal, India
In West Bengal, nearly 40 percent of children under the age of five are underweight, despite the country’s strong economic gains in recent years. This paradox indicates that food insecurity continues to pose major challenges for India’s state and national governments.
- Feb 14, 2014
Report examines the future of global fish to 2030
Amid a future of growing populations, economies, and changing diets, questions arise as to how current practices can meet future food demands. Aquaculture, also known as fish farming, may be key: It is expected that as much as two-thirds of all fish consumed will come from aquaculture by 2030.