An approach aimed at supporting smallholders can put them at an economic disadvantage, research shows.
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Rising food demand in growing cities and an expansion of medium-sized farms are among the factors boosting demand for tractors and other machinery.
Since 2000, seven African countries have reduced malnutrition by about half. How they did it.
A new report shows how focused public and private efforts can yield progress in the fight against hunger.
Research in Africa by IFPRI and the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) shows organizations should actively engage women in decision-making on smallholder irrigation.
A new book examines the diverse reasons behind variable growth rates among seven developing countries.
Qualitative research on gender and land tenure reveals the dynamics of smallholder agricultural decision-making in northern Ghana.
Public investment has gained importance in development in recent years. In the Malabo Declaration on African Agriculture and CAADP from 2014, heads of state and government of the African Union recommitted to uphold the target of allocating 10 percent…
As populations and incomes in developing countries grow, so does demand for food. To meet growing demand, agricultural production must increase. Yet, with increasingly scarce land, enhancing agricultural production requires intensifying production to…
More than 150 participants gathered at a series of workshops in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Tanzania to discuss how to improve gender parity in irrigation, focusing on identifying key guiding questions for policy makers and practitioners.