Soil fertility management not only prevents land degradation, it boosts profits—so why are many African farmers reluctant to adopt it?
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A new report shows how focused public and private efforts can yield progress in the fight against hunger.
Without robust agricultural R&D, Africa risks falling further behind other regions.
The urban poor depend on local markets and street vendors to feed their families, yet governments are indifferent and sometimes hostile to this essential economic activity.
New data show a disquieting trend that countries must address to boost agricultural sustainability and improve farmers' well-being.
The U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate accord means nations should redouble their efforts to invest in sustainable, resilient agriculture.
IFPRI is working with partners to set up a technical network of experts to improve the data on Africa's regional agricultural trade.
How the Malabo Montpellier Panel, composed of African and European development experts, is working to accelerate progress towards food and nutritional security in Africa.
As the COP22 climate conference convenes in Marrakesh Nov. 7-18, a look at the role IFPRI's climate research plays in helping countries formulate adaptation policies.
Ten years after its establishment, the IFPRI-facilitated Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) in Africa serves as a vital support to the implementation of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) —a growth-oriented agricultural development agenda.