Making a promising technology for sustainable agriculture work for farmers in South Asia and elsewhere.
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Ghana has created dozens of new local districts and municipalities with the aim of devolving power from the national government – but the effort appears to have slowed the flow of agriculture funding.
International investments in have many benefits for food systems—but should be carefully implemented with local input.
Rising living standards have addressed some nutrition problems in Ethiopia— but are creating a new set of challenges.
Lessons for the future of crop science and a tribute to a 4-decade research career.
A Global Crop Improvement Network could help boost yields and improve understanding of climate effects on agriculture.
With migration on the rise, the demand for staple crops offers economic promise for rural areas.
South Korea, Japan, Thailand, the EU, and U.S. offer lessons for China's rural economic policies, IFPRI Director General Shenggen Fan tells the China Development Forum.
Global integration can be a boon for Indian farmers but panelists agreed policies must focus on helping farmers and raise their incomes, not simply increase their outputs.
Development assistance in the form of food-assisted maternal and child health and nutrition can play an important role in protecting poor families from economic or health shocks in vulnerable countries such as Burundi.