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2018 Global food policy report: Synopsis [in Bengali]

The year 2017 was marked by increasing uncertainty amid mixed signs of progress. The world enjoyed a strong economic recovery, but global hunger increased as conflicts, famine, and refugee crises persisted. With the withdrawal of the United States…

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Rapport sur les politiques alimentaires mondiales 2018: Synopsis

Une incertitude croissante et des signes de progrès contrastés ont marqué l’année 2017. La reprise économique s’est ressentie un peu partout sur la planète, mais la faim dans le monde s’est aggravée avec la persistance des conflits, de la famine et…

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Food policy indicators: Tracking change

This section provides updates on data generated by IFPRI research and illustrations of key trends. Indicators include investments in agricultural research, public spending on agriculture, capacity for food policy research, agricultural total factor…

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Food policy indicators: Tracking change: Global Hunger Index (GHI)

The Global Hunger Index tracks progress in reducing hunger at the global and country levels. Calculated every year using data on undernourishment, wasting, stunting, and child mortality, the GHI highlights successes and failures in hunger reduction,…

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Food policy indicators: Tracking change: Agricultural Total Factor Productivity (TFP)

Total factor productivity (TFP) provides a measure of the efficiency of agricultural production, allowing for comparisons across time and across countries. This measure can help policy makers identify policies and investments to improve productivity.…

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2018 Global food policy report: Synopsis

The year 2017 was marked by increasing uncertainty amid mixed signs of progress. The world enjoyed a strong economic recovery, but global hunger increased as conflicts, famine, and refugee crises persisted. With the withdrawal of the United States…

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