At the 27th Annual Martin J. Forman Memorial Lecture, a focus on getting countries to commit and stay committed to their most valuable resource—their own citizens.
IFPRI's Director General on how China can reorient its agriculture and food systems to confront problems such as overnutrition, grain surpluses, and soil degradation.
Nancy Roman of the Partnership for a Healthier America on how to reform America's food assistance programs.
Approximately $940 billion worth of food is lost or wasted each year throughout the entire food supply chain.
Students in a UMD class on international crop production learn food policy analysis by focusing on the role of social entrepreneurship.
The Food Sustainability Index offers insights that can help countries feed people with a minimal ecological footprint.
Even modest investments from donor countries can help developing countries make strong gains in food security, IFPRI's Director General writes.
Why some developing countries lag in the fight against hunger and malnutrition: they lack the policy expertise to devise effective national policies.
Two papers show how political circumstances and institutional prerogatives limit public spending.
Countries must build on existing progress toward ending hunger, using better data and policies based on sound evidence, IFPRI's leader says.