A special issue of Global Food Security highlights the importance of narratives in driving progress toward ending hunger and malnutrition.
Evidence shows that genetically modified crops cause no human health or environmental harm, and bring substantial benefits to farmers. IFPRI's Avinash Kishore argues the government of India should allow for the use of this new technology.
A new book examines the diverse reasons behind variable growth rates among seven developing countries.
An IFPRI workshop examines ways in which (and sometimes whether) provisioning information to the public can result in more responsive governments.
An IFPRI program finds that distributing insecticide-treated mosquito nets to pregnant women is an inexpensive way to prevent malaria.
IFPRI research shows that index insurance—which pays farmers automatically based on deviations from an index of rainfall and other factors—can improve the social welfare of rural communities.
To mark World Water Day March 22, a look at how experimental games can help farmers understand—and sustain—groundwater resources.
There are difficult tradeoffs in sustainable development and disaster mitigation. Identifying shared risks across sectors can help address problems before disaster strikes.
India has its work cut out for it to eliminate hunger. A way forward.
To mark Global Pulse Day Jan. 18, a look IFPRI's pulses research and its real-world impact.