AROUND THE WORLD, more than 2 billion people are thought to be affected by an often invisible form of malnutrition: micronutrient malnutrition, commonly known as hidden hunger.1 Vitamin and mineral deficiencies—at least in mild to moderate forms—may…
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As we move into the post-2015 era of the sustainable development goals (SDGs), the world faces many seemingly intractable problems. Malnutrition should not be one of them. Countries that are determined to make rapid advances in malnutrition reduction…
Nutrition is a powerful driver of sustainable development—it has the power to either propel the agenda forward or hold it back.
Agriculture is vitally important to poor and vulnerable people in developing countries, the majority of whom live in rural areas and depend on the land as a source of both food and income. Unpredictable weather, unstable markets, fragile natural…
Global research project conducted in seven geographically diverse countries
A 10-year collaboration between IFPRI and Helen Keller International leads to improving measures of anemia, stunting, and other benchmarks among participating children.
At the 27th Annual Martin J. Forman Memorial Lecture, a focus on getting countries to commit and stay committed to their most valuable resource—their own citizens.
Climate programs must take more than just climate into account. A new framework for policy makers.
Since 2000, seven African countries have reduced malnutrition by about half. How they did it.
Jim Yong Kim, President, The World Bank, speaks on "Building New Foundations of Human Solidarity."