62% of Pakistanis live in rural areas, where poverty is a major concern. A new survey of rural Pakistan shows the urgency of improving people’s well-being.
IFPRI researchers are working with farmers in Cambodia to banish harmful insects and promote beneficial ones.
A survey of Pakistan, conducted in the face of serious obstacles, puts numbers to rural realities.
The grain teff has been consumed as a staple in Ethiopia for centuries but is little known outside the country. Now, researchers are training their attention on this understudied crop.
Africa needs its own Green Revolution, not a knockoff of Asia’s.
HarvestPlus is using star power to help spread the word about biofortified staple foods.
Will the new world trade agreement create a fairer and more robust global trading system for developing countries?
Ethiopian farmers have long relied on just two kinds of fertilizer to boost nutrients in their depleted soils. Now, they are finally getting more choices.
Akhter Ahmed feeds the evidence into Bangladesh’s evidence-based policy process.
Peter Timmer, professor of development studies, emeritus, at Harvard University, talks about why it’s so hard to end hunger.
Can we improve people’s well-being by raising their aspirations?
Although South Asia has the highest concentration of undernutrition in the world, in the past two decades Bangladesh and Nepal have both achieved striking improvements in the nutrition of their citizens. How did they do it?