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Press Statement

Livestock production for food security and nutrition

Statement by Shenggen Fan Director General, IFPRI 10 th Berlin Agriculture Ministers’ Conference, Berlin, Germany 20 January 2018   Distinguished Ministers and guests, Ladies and gentlemen, First, I would like to commend the agriculture ministers for…

In the News

Deadly Sweet Sugar (Caijing)

IFPRI's Kevin Chen proposes sugar tax to curb sugary drinks' consumption in an interview with China's leading business magazine. 

In the News

Ignore Rural Anger at Your Own Peril (The Wire)

India’s The Wire published an op-ed analyzing the recent state election results tying them to the hunger and malnutrition pockets in the country. The author referred to IFPRI’s Global Hunger Index 2017, the India Health Report 2015, and Transform…

In the News

Poverty Rate Drops in China (CGTN)

In an interview with CGTN Channel, Shenngen Fan emphasizes policies to address hunger and malnutrition alongside poverty reduction in China. 

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How Did Sanctions Impact Myanmar? (The Diplomat)

IFPRI researchers, Ajmani, Joshi, Kishore, & Roy examine how a decade of sanctions imposed by the US and OECD countries’ impacted Myanmar in light of recent threats to renew restrictions.

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