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Research indicates that climate change impacts will push down rainfed maize yields in Central America over the coming decades.
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Research in Ethiopia shows that resilience programs work to reduce the impacts of climate shocks - including drought.
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Research shows that rising atmospheric CO2 will slow the growth in the global availability of key nutrients provided by important crops such as wheat, maize, and legumes.
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PIM and RTB teams working together to strengthen seed systems use experimental auctions to reveal the true willingness of farmers to pay for various farming inputs.
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A recent IFPRI/PIM seminar on how IFPRI's presence in developing countries helps to integrate evidence and research into food policy.
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A recent study in Guatemala provides an example that community stewardship of tropical forest can be a viable model for conserving forest and for achieving livelihood benefits.
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India’s National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGS) is one of the largest public works programs globally. The new study analyses impact of NREGS on key welfare measures of its beneficiaries - consumption expenditure, nutritional intake, and asset accumulation.
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Cash transfer programs that provide households support for purchasing food have effectively reduced conflict-driven acute malnutrition in Yemen, according to new research from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI).
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It draws on experiences in Guatemala, Mexico, Nepal and Namibia, that have among the most successful collective ownership and management arrangements over their natural resources.