Despite the shift to distribute food aid via cash transfers, they are not a one-size-fits-all solution, a new World Bank report suggests.
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IFPRI researchers model what would happen if President Trump launched a trade war between the United States and China or Mexico.
NAFTA has been a boon not just to commerce, but to the consumption of fruits and vegetables and to public health. New trade barriers could erase those gains.
As NAFTA negotiations get underway, a look at how punitive tariffs and other trade penalties could undermine efforts to improve nutrition.
President Trump's threats of trade wars with Mexico and China could rebound painfully on U.S. agriculture.
For more than three decades, IFPRI's research and collaborations in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region have produced rigorous evidence leading to innovative market and trade policies and effective social protection and nutritional programs.…
Training, policy, and incentives can help systematically upgrade the region's farming equipment, IFPRI-IICA seminar participants say.
Gauging IFPRI's work with governments to improve social protection programs
How does IFPRI stack up as a research organization? Our recent 40th anniversary provides an opportunity to take stock of the Institute’s policy influence and impact over the years.
The following post by IFPRI Director General, Shenggen Fan, was originally published in the Huffington Post. If you were tasked to end hunger and malnutrition in the world, you might first ask: Where do such vulnerable people live? It may be a…