Divisions

  • Innovative, rigorous, policy-relevant research forms the basis for evidence-based policy solutions. High-quality research will not have impact, however, if it is not communicated to those who can use it, share it, learn from it, build upon it, ...
  • To overcome poverty, hunger, environmental degradation, unemployment and human diseases, many developing countries will need to achieve faster and more sustained pro-poor economic growth. Good governance plays an essential role in reaching these ...
  • The Director General’s Office (DGO) coordinates IFPRI operations, as well as a number of institutional programmatic and management activities, including: 2020 Vision Initiative Partnership, Impact & Capacity Strengthening ...
  • Research in the Environment and Production Technology Division focuses on meeting food production needs in developing countries in ways that are beneficial to the poor and do not degrade the natural resource base. This involves identifying the ...
  • Inadequate policies, institutions, and rural infrastructure lead to agricultural markets that do not function efficiently. As a consequence, the poor pay more for their food and receive less for their produce. To enhance the efficiency of ...
  • Producing plentiful, high-quality food in a sustainable fashion is the vital first step toward food and nutrition security. But production is not enough to attain optimum nutrition for all. All people must have access to the right quantity and ...