In the latest episode of the Nourishing Millions podcast series, Dr. Shenggen Fan, director general of IFPRI and Compact2025 Leadership Council member, discusses the “Rise of the Dragon”—how China’s rapid economic growth during the past few decades managed to pull half of the country’s undernourished citizens out of poverty and hunger. Learn more about the full […]
Addressing the world’s most severe crises of food insecurity is critical to accelerating progress to end hunger and malnutrition. On July 12, an IFPRI policy roundtable on “Tackling Famine in the Twenty-First Century” explored how on-the-ground responses to famine are working and what evidence is needed to improve them. A policy brief released alongside the […]
A recent South-South learning event organized by IFPRI and Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, shared lessons from Thailand’s experience fighting hunger and undernutrition with Asian and African countries including Compact2025 focal countries Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Malawi, and Rwanda.
This post has been updated with a meeting synopsis. Thailand made remarkable progress in nearly eliminating hunger and undernutrition in their country. To share the lessons from their experience with a broad range of stakeholders from Africa and Asia—including those from Compact2025 focal countries Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Malawi, and Rwanda—the International Food Policy Research Institute and […]
The latest episode of the Nourishing Millions podcast series features Catherine Bertini, professor at the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and Compact2025 Leadership Council Member. In this episode, Professor Bertini explains how education is central to creating opportunities for girls and women as key players in the effort to end hunger and malnutrition. Learn more […]