Rising living standards have addressed some nutrition problems in Ethiopia— but are creating a new set of challenges.
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Since 2000, seven African countries have reduced malnutrition by about half. How they did it.
Consumers pay more for Fair Trade and Organic certified coffee. But only a fraction of that premium reaches coffee farmers in Ethiopia.
A new report shows how focused public and private efforts can yield progress in the fight against hunger.
Smallholder farmers in the cradle of the global coffee industry face technical and market obstacles—and climate change.
Research in Africa by IFPRI and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) shows organizations should actively engage women in decision-making on smallholder irrigation.
IFPRI research shows that the prices of high-quality foods including fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats, and dairy have risen sharply in Ethiopia over the past decade—a potential obstacle to efforts to boost nutrition.
How to scale up a successful nutrition communications and education program.
Lessons from Bangladesh and Ethiopia on how to build reslience into food systems.
A special issue of Global Food Security highlights the importance of narratives in driving progress toward ending hunger and malnutrition.