Smallholder farmers in the cradle of the global coffee industry face technical and market obstacles—and climate change.
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Farmer income sometimes suffers even as yields increase from sustainable land management projects. IFPRI research suggests compementary investments can help.
IFPRI research shows that the prices of high-quality foods including fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats, and dairy have risen sharply in Ethiopia over the past decade—a potential obstacle to efforts to boost nutrition.
Proximity to food markets is associated with better diets – and, in some instances, with lower child under-nutrition rates
Sustainable growth and inclusive rural transformation require provision of key public goods and services, all of which cost money.
For decades, the agricultural sector has been tasked with helping to curb undernutrition and reduce poverty levels, especially in rural areas in many developing countries. The livestock sector holds particular promise for supporting such development…
To ensure the best use of resources and undertake research that is relevant and useful in a rapidly changing world, IFPRI commissions external assessment of its activities. A recent review focused on IFPRI activities in Ethiopia, one of the most…