A new brief shows it would take a fairly modest amount – $11 billion annually from donors and governments – to do the job. How that figure was calculated.
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A new Science study shows providing free vouchers for water treatments to the poor screens out those who won't use them without deterring those who do.
As the COP22 climate conference convenes in Marrakesh Nov. 7-18, a look at the role IFPRI's climate research plays in helping countries formulate adaptation policies.
New IFPRI research offers insights into how the Pacific island nations of Fiji, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, and Vanuatu can adapt to climate pressures on fisheries.
Is politics an obstacle or a means to achieving the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals? At a recent IFPRI event, “Making Politics Work to Meet the SDGs,” Senior World Bank Economist Stuti Khemani argued that politics may be flawed, but paying…
Bangladesh has made remarkable progress in ensuring food and nutrition security, mainly driven by rapid economic growth and many successful social and health policies and programs.
At the UN General Assembly last month, world leaders reiterated their commitment to the 2030 Agenda—including commitments in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on ending hunger and malnutrition.
Ten years after its establishment, the IFPRI-facilitated Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS) in Africa serves as a vital support to the implementation of the Comprehensive Africa Agriculture Development Programme (CAADP) —a growth-oriented agricultural development agenda.
To mark the International Day of Rural Women, a hard look at some common misconceptions.
Ways the world can solve its hunger problems by 2025.