World Malaria Day 2017: Low-Cost Solutions for India’s Push for Prevention

Source: IFPRI Blog. Despite global progress in reducing malaria cases worldwide, the disease remains a significant threat to health and well-being around the world. World Malaria Day (April 25) offers an opportunity to consider the most effective means for reducing malaria and their potential benefits for long-term public health. IFPRI’s POSHAN project has estimated that distributing insecticide-treated read more

71pc farmers use mobiles to connect with buyers

Rapid growth of Bangladeshi cities is driving innovative modifications to the way farms and cities connect that are helping farmers earn more for their goods, according to a new international study report. The 2017 Global Food Policy Report released by Washington based International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) revealed that the access to technologies such read more

The Head of IFPRI Abuja Office participates in The Food Systems for Healthier Diets Research Flagship – Nigeria, Stakeholder Planning Meeting, 27-29 March 2017, IITA Headquarters, Ibadan

Dr. George Mavrotas, Head of IFPRI Abuja Office and Leader of IFPRI’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP), was invited to participate in The Food Systems for Healthier Diets Research Flagship (FSHD) – Nigeria Stakeholder Planning Meeting. The workshop was organized by the CGIAR Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH) led by IFPRI, read more

ESSP Newsletter January – March 2017

Ethiopia Strategy Support Program (ESSP) presents its quarterly newsletter for the months of January - March 2017. The newsletter highlights the program's new study on Ethiopia's livestock, "Better Performing Livestock Systems in Ethiopia",