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Best Bets for Reducing Poverty and Hunger

Opportunities for Investment in Agricultural Research On October 10, Joachim von Braun moderated the Plenary Session “The Food Crisis: What Happened and What Should Be Done?” at the 2008 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and World…

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Improving Information, Increasing Agricultural Productivity

IFPRI Receives $2.5 Million Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Support the World’s Leading Database on Agricultural Science and Technology Washington, DC —The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) today announced it…

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Food Summit: Some Progress But More Needs to be Done

The UN food summit closes with a strong statement on agriculture, but fails to adequately address trade, biofuels, safety nets, and implementation By Joachim von Braun Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Director…

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From Intentions to Implementation

The Rome food summit is a positive step; now world leaders need to follow through on their commitments By Joachim von Braun, Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) World leaders will gather today in Rome for the…

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Global Response Needed to Rising Food Prices

Investments in agriculture, improved bio-energy and trade policies, and programs that target vulnerable people would reduce the threat of hunger By Joachim von Braun Director General, International Food Policy Research Institute The world’s poorest…

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Ethiopia's Commodity Exchange Opens its Doors

Addis Ababa —Ethiopia opens a commodity exchange this week, the first of its kind in Africa. The exchange will trade in six commodities: coffee, sesame, haricot beans, teff, wheat and maize. The Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX), as it is officially…

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Preventing versus Treating

Study Shows Acting Early Is Key to Combating Child Malnutrition Washington, DC —Preventing infants and young children from becoming undernourished is much more effective than treating children who are already moderately malnourished, according to a…

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