IFPRI

AcronymDefinition
IFPRIInternational Fine Particles Research Institute (est. 1979)
IFPRIInternational Food Policy Research Institute
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In 2015-16, some 21% of Indian children suffered from wasting, up from 20% a decade ago," the IFPRI report said.
Looking forward, the IFPRI has devised a future goal called The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Progresa and its Impacts on the Human Capital and Welfare of Households in Rural Mexico: A Synthesis of the Results of an Evaluation by IFPRI.
El IFPRI, en coincidencia con la firma Maplecroft, ubica en lo que llama una situacion extremadamente alarmante a Burundi y a la Republica Democratica del Congo junto con Eritrea.
HDFC ERGO General Insurance jointly with CIRM (Center for Insurance & Risk management) & IFPRI (International Food Policy Research Institute) conducted a project during Kharif 2011 in Sonkatchh to insure farmers under Weather Insurance for Soybean crop.
International Food Policy Research Institute, IFPRI Discussion Paper 00889, Washington, D.
8220;The low coverage of irrigation technology and the slow rate of growth in coverage clearly represent a lost opportunity for Africa and a tremendous potential for future investment and policy effort,” said IFPRI.
Other factors that influence investments include geographic proximity and climatic conditions for preferred staple crops," stated a recent report on 'Land Grabbing' by the IFPRI.
The consultations for Budget 2011- 12 began with the finance minister meeting different stakeholders in the agriculture sector, such as agricultural economists like Ashok Gulati of global thinktank IFPRI and farmers' leaders such as Sharad Joshi.
Clemens Breisinger, from the Development Strategy and Governance Division at the IFPRI, said that as Yemen's agricultural output remains flat, agricultural exports have fallen.
IFPRI recommends that at least US$7 billion be set aside annually to help developing countries adapt to the agricultural effects of climate change.
Shang-Jin Wei, and Xiaobo Zhang, IFPRI, "The Sexual Foundations of Economic Growth: Evidence from China"