From feeding billions to nourishing billions: how do we get food systems to deliver higher quality diets?

A new report from the Global Panel on Agriculture and Food Systems for Nutrition, released at FAO this week, aims to help policymakers make their food systems more supportive of high quality diets.

Eliminating Export Subsidies for Inclusive Trade

IFPRI’s trade research has helped inform WTO member countries' decision to abolish export subsidies at WTO’s 10th Ministerial Conference in Nairobi in 2015. On September 27-29, 2016, IFPRI will continue to ensure that trade becomes more inclusive at the WTO Public Forum.

Highlights of the IFPRI and FAO Partnership

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This brochure presents highlights and successes of the partnership between FAO and IFPRI. For four decades, the rich partnership between FAO and IFPRI has generated cutting-edge technical knowledge and enhanced expertise in support of food security and improved nutrition for all, and for making agriculture and food systems more inclusive, productive, resilient, and sustainable. Driven by >> Read more

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Five comparable country datasets for Africa RISING now available

The following post was originally published on IFPRI website  As populations and incomes in developing countries grow, so does demand for food. To meet growing demand, agricultural production must increase. Yet, with increasingly scarce land, enhancing agricultural production requires intensifying production to obtain greater output from existing cultivated area. As agricultural intensification can have negative >> Read more