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Farmers’ perceptions of crop pest severity in Nigeria are associated with landscape, agronomic and socio-economic factors Wei Zhang Edward Kato Felix Bianchi Prapti Bhandary Gerrit Gort Wopke van der Werf
What happens with household assets during economic collapse? The case of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (1975–2010) Wim Marivoet Tom De Herdt
Effects of n–3 long-chain PUFA supplementation to lactating mothers and their breastfed children on child growth and morbidity: A 2 × 2 factorial randomized controlled trial in rural Ethiopia Alemayehu Argaw Mekitie Wondafrash Kimberley P Bouckaert Patrick Kolsteren Carl Lachat Tefera Belachew Bruno De Meulenaer Lieven F. Huybregts
Linking agricultural investments to growth and poverty: An economywide approach applied to Mozambique Rui Benfica Benedito Cunguara James Thurlow
Tubaramure, a food-assisted integrated health and nutrition program, reduces child stunting in Burundi: A cluster-randomized controlled intervention trial Jef L Leroy Deanna Olney Marie Ruel
The impact of large-scale social protection interventions on grain prices in poor countries: Evidence from Ethiopia John F. Hoddinott David Stifel Kalle Hirvonen Bart Minten
What are the impacts of devolution on agricultural civil servants and services in Ghana? Danielle Resnick
The pathways from a behavior change communication intervention to infant and young child feeding in Bangladesh are mediated and potentiated by maternal self-efficacy Amanda A. Zongrone Purnima Menon Gretel H. Pelto Jean-Pierre Habicht Kathleen M. Rasmussen Mark A. Constas Francoise Vermeylen Khaled Adiba Kuntal K. Saha Rebecca J. Stoltzfus
Review of Nutrition economics: Principles and policy applications by Suresh Chandra Babu, Shailendra N. Gajanan and J. Arne Hallam Sheryl L. Hendriks
Revitalized agriculture for balanced growth and resilient livelihoods: Toward a rural development strategy for Mon State, Myanmar International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Michigan State University Center for Economic and Social Development (CESD)