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Africa needs "great increases" in aid- Wolfowitz

Rich nations including the United States should send much more aid to Africa, World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz said on Friday, adding he would try to persuade Washington to boost its assistance to the continent. Reuters

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India: Enabling rural folk to overcome poverty by Lennart Bage

Targeting rural poverty, particularly among Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes, and women, will better enable India to reach its full development potential in a sustainable manner.  http://www.dailynews.lk/2005/05/16/fea03.htm

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Local food 'greener than organic'

Local food is usually more “green” than organic food, according to a report published in the journal Food Policy. BBC Online.

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Finance Chiefs Cancel Debt of 18 Nations

The world’s wealthiest nations formally agreed to cancel at least $40 billion worth of debt owed by the world’s poorest nations. Something interesting from the New York Times.

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Do high food prices and droughts fuel conflict?

The following story by Jacopo Bordignon shares highlights from  Chapter 7 of the 2014-2015 Global Food Policy Report, which was authored by  Clemens Breisinger,  Olivier Ecker, and  Jean Francois Trinh Tan  from IFPRI's Development Strategy and Governance…

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Canada: Championing food policy research

With support from Canada, IFPRI conducts innovative research in areas such as improving nutrition, providing access to agricultural data, and developing agricultural strategies at the national level. Canada has long championed food security,…

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Finding a middle ground

Post by Ephraim Nkonya on incentivizing adoption of Integrated Soil Fertility Management.

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