What I Learned Working In Malawi

Finally Complete! 25 working days in the field, 60 villages, 1800 individuals surveyed. Quite the accomplishment. Our time spent working in the field in Malawi, troubleshooting the tablets and CSPro program and managing the incoming survey data, was enjoyable, stressful, and eye opening all at once. The hands on experience we gained working on a research >> Read more

IFPRI Director General Reflects on Resilience following the 2020 Conference

Following the 2020 Conference, Shenggen Fan, Director General of IFPRI, reflects on building resilience for food and nutrition security in his latest post on IFPRI’s DG Corner blog.

GMO Food Labeling Policies Review

More than 40 countries have adopted some form of labeling genetically modified organisms (GMOs). But not all approaches are successful in providing consumer choice or consumer information, according to a review done by the International Food Policy Research Institute’s (IFPRI) Program for Biosafety Systems (PBS). The PBS summary of policies reported in the review found >> Read more