PIM webinars

PIM WEBINARS

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While it is not yet clear when and where the MC12 will take place because of the COVID-19 crisis, it is even clearer now that global coordination and collaboration is key in dealing with food insecurity.
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PIM Webinar with Dr. Thomas Jayne, University Foundation Professor of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics at Michigan State University
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In this webinar on July 2, Dr. Hosaena Ghebru will present findings from a recent set of studies on land tenure and perceived tenure security from Ethiopia, Malawi, Mozambique, and Nigeria.
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Alan de Brauw (IFPRI) discusses determinants of internal migration by youth within five countries: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Tanzania.
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Growing interest in stimulating transformation throughout the agri-food system in Africa implies a more complex role for the region’s governments. This webinar with Dr. Danielle Resnick will draw on case studies from Ghana, Nigeria, and Zambia to show how electoral incentives, overlapping ministerial mandates, and relations between central and local authorities structure the ability of governments to fulfill these roles in the food system.
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During this webinar, our presenter will describe innovations, successful practices, and lessons learned from her work on pastoral land tenure and governance over the past 15 years, with special focus on how research and technical support to governments used as entry point can lead to policy-impacting results.
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Climate change matters for all people. Does it matter particularly for young people? If so, where and how? Join our webinar with Karen Brooks and Keith Wiebe on February 7 to discuss!
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Recording, slides, and podcast of the final PIM webinar in 2018, "Aspirations, trust, and poverty reduction", conducted by Dr. Katrina Kosec on December 19.
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Land acquisitions by foreign and local investors has generated much speculation about the impacts on smallholder households and rural communities. Jordan Chamberlin (CIMMYT) presents a study that aims to determine the impact of farm structure on rural household incomes in Tanzania.