The Food and Agriculture Organization – Regional Ofﬁce for Asia and the Paciﬁc (FAO-RAP) and the
The most recent July-September 2014 issue of Rice Today, a quarterly magazine published by IRRI on behalf of the Global Rice Science Partnership, features an article More than s
Can more vigorous political competition significantly raise rural land values, or contribute to more robust land rental markets?
This publication, produced by the FAO, the Mountain Partnership Secretariat, the Global Soil Partnership and the University of Turin as a contribution to the Internationa
This week's Story of the week is concerned with the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension Project (ANEP) in Nepal and was prepared by EU Delegatio
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Published in October 2015, a new story on the Europe website prepared by the EU Delegation Nepal presents the Agriculture and Nutrition Extension
Each year, the Life in a Time of Food Price Volatility research project tracks global, national and local food prices and their effects on everyday life, and selects a special topic for focused research.
Published by the Postdam Institute in October 2015 and funded by the World Bank, this study analyses climate change impacts on agriculture and potential implication
A blog post, published by IFPRI on 17 Novemver 2015, compiles new research which sheds light on gender differences in perceptions of climate change and