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The Nutrition Paradox in Kenya: What Are We Doing?

Kenya, like many other African countries, grapples with two heavy burdens of malnutrition.


Canary in the Coal Mine

The Global Nutrition Report - serving as the ‘canary in the coal mine’.


Building resilience from within

Highlights from the opening session of the 2020 Conference


Three things you need to know about sex-disaggregated data

We explain why collecting sex-disaggregated data is one of the most common approaches that researchers use to integrate gender in their research.


2020 Resilience Conference

IFPRI 2020 Conference: Side Event on Enhancing Resilience in African Drylands: Toward a Shared Development Agenda

PIM's Director Karen Brooks will facilitate a side event of the IFPRI 2020 Conference, "Enhancing Resilience in African Drylands: Toward a Shared Development Agenda", organized by World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), and International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). 

The Hunger Project Field Visit

The Hunger Project Invites Conference Participants to May 14 Field Trip to Epicenter

The Hunger Project invites 2020 Conference Participants to see resilience-in-action at the Debre Lebanos epicenter in Ethiopia – one of 120 epicenters across Africa, mobilizing nearly 2 million Africans in a process of gender-focused, integrated rural development.

Emorn Wasantwisut, Vice President of International Relations at Mahidol University, reflects on resilience-building needs and experiences in Thailand

Emorn Wasantwisut, Vice President of International Relations and Senior Advisor of the Institute of Nutrition at Mahidol University, discusses resilience as an indicator of development and reflects on resilience-building needs and experiences in Thailand.

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The climate change is posing serious threat to the agricultural sector and increasing pressure on natural resources such as land and water. The Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has argued that anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) are the main cause of climate change. Due to increase in anthropogenic emissions of GHGs, the earth >> Read more

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Transforming Nutrition short course comes to India

Following the success of the short course on 'Transforming Nutrition' which has been run at the Institute of Development Studies in Brighton for the last 3 years, a similar course will now be run in Delhi, India from 3-7 November 2014. The Centre for Chronic Disease Control and Public Health Foundation of India in partnership with the >> Read more

Mapping crops to improve food security

In the era of big data, unmanned drones, and satellite remote sensing, our knowledge of crop growing locations remains surprisingly limited. We have even less information on crop yields that vary from plot to plot. While some developed countries have started to map their crops, most developing countries have no such capacity. Information on the >> Read more