This post was originally published on the IFPRI Research Blog. By Patrick Ward Can you recall how much money you spent on food last year? Or how many days of work you missed last summer? No doubt these are difficult questions to answer, especially if you are trying to answer off the top of your […]
On December 18, 2016, the Bangladesh Ministry of Agriculture organized a seminar for IFPRI to present the changing scenario of Bangladesh agriculture. IFPRI Country Representative in Bangladesh Dr. Akhter Ahmed situated Bangladesh's agricultural progress in an historical context using various years of Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) data. Then, using comparing two rounds of IFPRI's […]
PRSSP’s Bangladesh Integrated Household Survey (BIHS) is the most comprehensive, nationally representative household survey conducted to date in Bangladesh.
How can data be used to better understand market development, the spread of disease, or even the spread of ideas and innovations among rural Bangladeshi farmers? IFPRI-Bangladesh has been providing technical assistance to the one-year project Crowdsourcing Rural Data Collection, launched in northern Bangladesh in December 2015 by the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia. […]
IFPRI-PRSSP, in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, will convene a seminar to disseminate findings from the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Gender Linkages (ANGeL) baseline survey. ANGeL's baseline was conducted for 4,000 households in 16 districts across Bangladesh from late 2015 to early 2016. It collected unique data, including individual dietary intake data for all household members, anthropometric measurements for all […]