To maximize the impact such nutritional interventions can have on a child's linear growth, research shows they should target the entire period from conception to a child's second birthday.
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New technologies, better policies, and reformed institutions can improve diets and global well-being.
The rise of anti-globalization politics around the world threatens efforts to end hunger and malnutrition – a discussion.
Reforms are necessary to make cocoa farming—the foundation of the global chocoloate industry—profitable for the farmers. A discussion.
Small, inexpensive solar pumps can greatly expand the availability of irrigation, research shows.
The government of India has distributed 100 million cards to help farmers monitor soil health. But many are finding them overly technical and difficult to use.
As the world faces growing stresses on natural resources from climate change, population growth, urbanization, and other forces, researchers must grapple with complex questions about sustainable agriculture.
The Third Elementary Education Project led to positive educational and work results for girls, yet appeared to lower boys' prospects.
How rural women activists are bringing about change from the ground up.
Examining the role of rural women activists in bringing change to nutrition and food systems worldwide.