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Food and Water Safety

“Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.” (FAO 1996) Food safety and food security…

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Gender and Assets

The principal goal of this program is to contribute to poverty reduction through policies and interventions that strengthen women’s control over critical assets by:    identifying the social, economic and institutional factors that facilitate or…

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Genetic Resource Policies for the Poor

Fundamental changes are occurring today in the way farmers, plant breeders, molecular biologists, and genebank managers use genetic resources. IFPRI’s research on genetic resource policies focuses on understanding these changes and on developing…

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Ghana Strategy Support Program

GSSP  is a research, communication, and capacity-strengthening program to build the capabilities of researchers, administrators 

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Global Food and Natural Resources

IFPRI ’s research on global change seeks to identify and evaluate policy and investment options that can help global change benefit poor people. Global change includes both natural and human-induced change such as climate change, globalization, and…

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Globalization and Markets

The overall objective of the globalization and markets research program is to support the adoption of policies for more efficient functioning of the global food, nutrition, and agricultural system. A better-functioning global system will enhance…

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HarvestPlus

Seeks to reduce hidden hunger and provide micronutrients to billions of people directly through the staple foods that they eat. Visit HarvestPlus Website

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High-Quality Service Delivery through Institutional Innovation

The provision of high-quality services is critical for enhancing the livelihoods of the poor and vulnerable. In addition to governments, a growing number of new actors and institutional innovations exist in the area of service delivery. As such, SIG…

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