The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index measures the challenges women face so that solutions can be found.
The Bangladesh Integrated Household Survey second-round results show improvements in poverty, nutrition, and women’s empowerment.
ANGeL project team brings government officials and farm families together for training and feedback.
The theme for 2016’s International Day of the Girl Child (October 11) was “Girls’ Progress = Goals’ Progress: A Global Girl Data Movement.” Why do we need more girl-focused data? Because in order to design programs that will help girls thrive, we need a more complete picture of the challenges they face. How is IFPRI […]
IFPRI, in collaboration with USAID, convened the roundtable “Building on Progress: Partnering to Further Reduce Poverty, Hunger, and Malnutrition in Bangladesh.” The discussion focused on making nutrition-driven policies and programs, scaling up past successes, identifying gaps in knowledge and data, and understanding the role of women and girls. IFPRI Director General Dr. Shenggen Fan presented […]