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Media Factsheet

New Study: Status of Child Stunting in India

Stunting prevalence in India is high (38.4%) and varies considerably across districts (from 12.4% to 65.1%) 239 of the 640 districts in India have stunting levels above 40% and 202 have prevalence of 30–40% High‐stunting districts are heavily…

In the News

Rebooting food: Finding New Ways to Feed the Future (Reuters)

Reuters published a feature on innovative ways to produce food by overcoming threats posed by climate change and water scarcity to meet demand in the future. The article interviewed IFPRI's Director General Shenggen Fan who said innovations are key to…

In the News

How to Steer the Road to Food Security? (Sohu.com)

China's Sohu published an interview with IFPRI's senior research fellow in Beijing, Kevin Chen  on issues related to global food security, China's domestic food security policies, and emerging challenges. "China has proved to the world that we can…

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