How can researchers ensure that studies inform inclusive COVID-19 responses and that data collection during the pandemic avoids further marginalization? EnGendering Data blog explores.
Can a smartphone camera help provide a safety net for smallholder farmers? Berber Kramer shares her experience from a novel research on picture-based insurance in India.
As part of the forthcoming CGIAR Foresight Report, a series of short notes will be developed providing perspectives on futures of food, land and water systems.
In the time of crisis such as the world is living through now, it is critical to use available resources as efficiently as possible.
The current crisis has the potential to widen gender inequalities. What can be done to minimize harm during the crisis response period—and to ensure that longer-term gains in gender equity and empowerment can be maintained and built-upon post-crisis?
The CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) leads action-oriented research to provide support for policies that help poor farmers, both men and women, improve their lives, produce nutritious and affordable foods, and protect the soil, water, and biodiversity in rural landscapes.
PIM is one of the CGIAR’s Global Integrating Programs. PIM is led by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) with contributions from all 15 CGIAR Research Centers and 4 external managing partners: KIT Royal Tropical Institute, Michigan State University, University of Oxford, and Wageningen University and Research Centre.
PIM’s research results and capacity development efforts contribute to poverty reduction, better nutrition and health, and good stewardship of natural resources.
PIM is a global program, with special emphasis on Africa south of the Sahara, South Asia, and selected countries in East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Latin America.