IFPRI and IFAD Guiding Investments and Policy Making

Reliable, timely data are crucial to making strategic investments and designing cutting-edge policies in food and nutrition security, yet such data are often lacking in developing countries. To fill this gap, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) teamed up with other partners to build real-time tools >> Read more

IFPRI and FAO Bridging the Information Gap

To support its member countries in their efforts to become food secure, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has been working with the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) in designing accessible tools built on accurate data and sound analyses to foster evidence-based formulation and evaluation of policies and actions. Established >> Read more

Highlights of the IFPRI and IFAD Partnership

This brochure presents highlights and successes of the partnership between IFAD and IFPRI. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) were both created in response to the food crises of the 1970s. They have worked together for more than 20 years to catalyze agricultural and rural development >> Read more

Highlights of the IFPRI and FAO Partnership

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

Highlights of the IFPRI and WFP Partnership

This brochure presents highlights of the IFPRI-WFP partnership. More than two decades of strong partnership between WFP and IFPRI began with a shared goal of creating more effective and efficient food aid distribution systems. Over time, the collaboration moved toward designing social protection programs that use food and cash transfers to improve nutrition for the poor. >> Read more