A special issue of Global Food Security highlights the importance of narratives in driving progress toward ending hunger and malnutrition.
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Ethiopia's coffee trading exchange is thought to better link domestic with global markets. But a new study finds the effects are not so clear-cut.
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.
Emory University Professor Kathryn Yount on emerging ways to systematically assess women's relative power and position in communities.
A new book examines the diverse reasons behind variable growth rates among seven developing countries.
Detecting what works, and doesn't, in advancing better policies to buttress food security.
How the Malabo Montpellier Panel, composed of African and European development experts, is working to accelerate progress towards food and nutritional security in Africa.
An IFPRI trial in Bangladesh shows that index-based insurance—with payouts based on weather data or other benchmarks rather than actual losses—has benefits beyond mere compensation.
Students in a UMD class on international crop production learn food policy analysis by focusing on the role of social entrepreneurship.
With food demand rising, it's time for local governments in Africa to embrace rather than quash informal food markets and vendors.