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Experiments with transfer modalities

IFPRI and the World Food Program (WFP) are collaborating on a study, Evaluating Vouchers and Cash-Based Transfers, entailing randomized evaluations that compare impacts of transfer modalities (cash, food rations or food vouchers) on dietary patterns,…

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Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Small-Scale Irrigation (ILSSI)

What is the challenge? The potential for expanding irrigated agriculture in Africa south of the Sahara is still very large, as only six percent of the total cultivated area is irrigated. A great number of women and children could benefit from this…

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FishPaCT

An Investment Policy Model of the Fisheries Sector in the Pacific Coral Triangle Countries What is the challenge? To alleviate the detrimental impacts of changing climate to the fisheries sector that harm the food security and livelihood opportunities…

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GAAP

Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project Evaluating the Impacts of Agricultural Development Programming on Gender Inequalities, Asset Disparities, and Rural Livelihoods The project looks at a variety of agricultural development projects to what is the…

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HarvestChoice

HarvestChoice generates knowledge products to help guide strategic decisions to improve the well-being of the poor in sub-Saharan Africa through more productive and profitable farming. To this end, HarvestChoice has developed and continues to expand…

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HKI Homestead Food Production Programs

Helen Keller International (HKI) has been implementing homestead food production (HFP) programs in Asia for the past 20 years and has recently begun implementing HFP programs in Africa as well. In general, these programs target women and are designed…

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Impact Evaluation of Rural Electrification

The objective of this study is to measure the impact of infrastructure on economic outcomes in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique, and El Salvador. In Tanzania, the study focuses on the impact of the upgrading of sanitary infrastructures in the poorest…

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