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2016 Annual report

IFPRI continued to pursue cutting-edge research that informs pro-poor policies, programs, and interventions around the world. 

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2015 Annual report

In 2015, IFPRI commemorated its 40th anniversary. For the past four decades, the Institute has worked tirelessly to provide research-based policy solutions to bring an end to hunger and malnutrition.

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2014 Annual report

Nutrients are a building block of life. Yet millions of people suffer from undernutrition and micronutrient malnutrition globally. The scope of impact is staggering: a lack of nourishment can lead to a lifetime of challenges, including stunted…

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2013 Annual report

After decades on the sidelines, agriculture and food security have recently found their place at the top of the global development and policy agendas. In a world where 900 million people are undernourished and 2 billion are micronutrient deficient,…

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2012 Annual Report

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2011 annual report

Feeding the world’s population, which is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, is arguably the most important challenge facing policymakers. Amid food price shocks and an unpredictable climate, how we approach even the most basic components of food…

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2010 Annual Report

In 2010, the international development community focused on a range of complex issues—childhood malnutrition, natural disasters, volatile food prices, climate change, global trade—that require both immediate and long-term attention. As these subjects…

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IFPRI Annual Report 2009

Recent years have been difficult for the world's poor and hungry. By 2009, the worst of the dramatic food price increases had passed, but the world was still reeling from the global economic downturn. As a result, economic activity has lagged, and…

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IFPRI Annual Report 2008-2009

In 2008, a year in which the global population—particularly the world’s poor—was confronted by both the financial and food-price crises, agricultural systems faced changes that led to market disruptions, reduced growth, mass protests, and a string of…

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IFPRI Annual Report 2007-2008

The report includes three essays about Responding to the World Food Crisis: Getting on the Right Track by Joachim von Braun, High Global Food Prices: The Challenges and Opportunities by Josette Sheeran, and Policy Implications of High Food Prices for…

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