Brochure: Gender research in PIM

Progress toward gender equality enhances inclusion and promotes effective development. Gender bias contributes to underlying causes of all the grand challenges identified by CGIAR. Scientists supported by the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) are working to provide solutions to eliminate this bias. The new brochure summarizes selected recent findings and outcomes from the gender research in PIM.

New book guides policymakers to address climate change impacts on agriculture in the Philippines

New resource suggests climate adaptation strategies, as well as investment and policy options in the Philippine agriculture sector.

A guide to investing in collectively held resources

The guide is designed to help investors better understand the challenges and opportunities of investing in resources managed collectively by a community and draws on lessons learned from Guatemala, Mexico, Namibia, and Nepal.

New paper explores green growth strategy for the Philippines

A new IFPRI discussion paper examines the economywide impact of promoting renewable power generation in the Philippines. The green growth strategy would allow the country to reduce carbon emission, improve energy security, and achieve significant health co-benefits.

Journal article: Cash transfers increase trust in local government

In their recent paper in World Development, David Evans, Brian Holtemeyer, and Katrina Kosec explore how conditional cash transfer programs can impact trust in government, and how the information available to citizens affects this relationship.