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Empowering women, enhancing nutrition, and ending poverty: IFPRI and Canada

Global changes with wide-reaching impacts include rapid urbanization, climate change, conflict-driven migration, and dietary transitions as well as uncertainty regarding trade and foreign investment. More than ever, responding to these challenges will…

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Ghana Strategy Support Program (GSSP)

Ghana must continue to invest in agriculture and promote transformation, by facilitating the development of agro-industries to diversify agriculture, increase productivity, & boost economic growth.

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Markets, trade, and institutions division

IFPRI’s Markets, Trade, and Institutions Division (MTID) provides innovative, evidence-based policy solutions to help drive inclusive economic growth, reduce poverty, and ensure food security worldwide through a more efficient food system.

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Food Industries for People & Planet: A new research agenda

Through this program, IFPRI will provide evidence-based policy assessments to make agri-food industries and food systems more inclusive in terms of employment and income opportunities, more efficient in meeting the food needs of the growing global…

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Ethiopia Strategy Support Program (ESSP) 2018

ESSP aims to help improve the policymaking process in Ethiopia by increasing the capacity of Ethiopian institutions to undertake sound economic analysis, and by working to improve public information and dialogue. ESSP’s approach to evidence-based…

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IFPRI Strategy

In 2012, IFPRI developed its 2013–2018 strategy to address unprecedented challenges in the food policy landscape. Five years later, many of those challenges persist while new threats and opportunities have arisen that will have fundamental impacts on…

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Agricultural Transformation and Market Integration (ATMI) in ASEAN countries: Responding to food security and inclusiveness concerns

The ATMI program targets five ASEAN member states— Cambodia, Laos PDR, Myanmar, Philippines, and Viet Nam with the following objectives: To strengthen target ASEAN member states’ capacity to develop policies and programs that help the smallholder farm…

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