HarvestPlus China

Using innovative ways to fight this “hidden hunger,” HarvestPlus-China contributes to knowledge and technology transfers across research institutions and implementing agencies in both developed and developing countries.

Ethiopia National Nutrition Strategy

In 2004, the Ethiopian government made developing a clear and comprehensive national nutrition strategy a top priority, and the Ministry of Agriculture approached IFPRI and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) for research and technical support

Partnerships and Opportunities to Strengthen and Harmonize Actions for Nutrition in India

Partnerships and Opportunities to Strengthen and Harmonize Actions for Nutrition in India (POSHAN) is a four-year initiative that builds evidence on effective ways to improve nutrition and supports the use of this evidence in decisionmaking.

Generating evidence on Maternal and Child Nutrition

In June 2013 IFPRI published a literature review of current knowledge and research needs on the impact of nutrition-sensitive programs in the agriculture, social protection, education and other sectors in the influential Lancet Journal, as part of a new Series on Maternal and Child Nutrition.

Preschool Nutrition in Guatemala and Zimbabwe

Investing in preschool nutrition has long-term positive health and economic impacts, and failing to invest can do long-term damage. Since 2002, IFPRI’s work on this topic has included studies in many countries, including Guatemala and Zimbabwe.

HarvestPlus

Since 2004, HarvestPlus has been working to combat micronutrient malnutrition, also known as “hidden hunger,” which afflicts billions of people worldwide.