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Highlights from IFPRI's West and Central Africa Office

IFPRI established the West and Central Africa office (WCAO) in 2010 to better meet local research and capacity needs for Reducing poverty and ending malnutrition in the region. Although the West and Central Africa region has experienced strong…

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A4NH flagship 1: Food systems for healthier diets

Governments, businesses, and civil society groups increasingly realize the important need of supporting food systems to produce and supply diverse, nutritious, and safe foods for healthy lives. Flagship 1 responds to concerns about global diet trends…

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A4NH flagship 2: Biofortification

Micronutrient deficiency affects approximately 2 billion people globally and is caused by poor-quality diets resulting in low intakes of key micronutrients. Children who are micronutrient deficient in early childhood are at a much higher risk of…

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IFPRI's nutrition research in West Africa at a glance

Our research aims to improve nutrition by understanding and addressing both the direct determinants of malnutrition (such as diets, caregiving and feeding practices, and health) and the underlying contributors (such as income, food security,…

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The Feed the Future Nigeria agricultural policy project

Successful implementation of any government policy requires credible evidence in monitoring progress and revising approaches as priorities shift with changing policy concerns on emerging issues. This means having sufficient capacity to conduct policy…

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Ghana Strategy Support Program 2015 Brochure

The Ghanaian economy grew at an average annual rate of roughly 8 percent between 2009 and 20141 amid rising fiscal and external imbalances. The country seems to be at a crossroads in its economic development. Despite having reached lower middle income…

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IFPRI Strategy 2013–2018

Food Policy Research in a Time of Unprecedented Challenges The global food policy landscape is rapidly changing. Food prices are increasingly volatile. Rising incomes, urbanization, and changing dietary preferences are transforming food supply chains.…

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