The Integrated Food Policy Research Program (IFPRP) is a key component of the Modern Storage Facilities Project (MSFP) implemented by Bangladesh’s Ministry of Food and funded by the World Bank. In late July 2016, the IFPRP was awarded to an IFPRI-led consortium that also comprises the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) and the University […]
IFPRI is working with partners to raise incomes and increase resilience of smallholder farmers in Bangladesh.
In early December 2016, the Ministry of Food and the IFPRI-led consortium, including Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies (BIDS) and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will announce the launch of the five-year Bangladesh Integrated Food Policy Research Program at an event in Dhaka. The program aims to combine policy research with capacity strengthening in order to […]
After working in Bangladesh for 30 years, IFPRI officially opens its doors.
To sustainably reduce global hunger and poverty through enhanced local capacity for rural innovation, IFPRI and CARE International are partnering with the Digital Green’s USAID-funded project Developing Local Extension Capacity (DLEC). DLEC will be conducting a workshop in December 2016 for agricultural extension and advisory services stakeholders. Participants from national and regional agricultural extension networks will share their insights […]