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Informal food markets are vital to feeding African cities. Danielle Resnick argues that as governments impose COVID-19 restrictions, informal food traders should be helped rather than persecuted.
Newsletter
The March issue of PIM News: What we've been working on while also dealing with the new reality under COVID-19. New publications, blogs, events, and more.
Blog
Foresight is something we do instinctively as humans, but the farther we look into the future, and the more complicated are the issues involved, the more we need to rely on careful analysis. The future of food, health, and the environment are just such issues.
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Our colleagues discuss five priority research gaps to advance understanding of how to leverage social protection for gender equality and the well-being of women and girls.
Blog
It’s important to listen to people we call “farmers” so policies can be developed that offer innovations that meet their realities and aspirations.
Publications
PIM's foresight modeling work assesses alternative scenarios of future climates, demographics, and other drivers to explore potential challenges and opportunities related to agricultural production, food demand, trade, diets, hunger, and natural resources.
EnGendering Data Blog
Disentangling information and role model effects on women's empowerment in rural Uganda.
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Prof. Dr. Regina Birner of the University of Hohenheim, Germany, will serve on the main independent advisory body of the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM).
Blog
Decentralization of government functions can improve accountability and service provision, but this pursuit presents key political challenges.