Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/11/2018 - 16:11
As climate change continues to bring more frequent weather shocks, such as drought and flooding, and make rainfall patterns more erratic, smallholder farmers in developing regions like Africa south of the Sahara are often hardest hit. A new e-book from IRIN reports that mean temperatures in the region are expected to rise faster than the global average, leading to reduced agricultural yields and increased poverty and food insecurity.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 01/09/2018 - 23:05
Since June 2016, FEWS Net has followed the market situation in Nigeria; the country faces continuing economic challenges due to a global decline in crude oil prices and a depreciation of the national currency, as well as ongoing conflict in the northeastern regions. In the latest Nigeria Market Monitoring Bulletin, FEWS Net provides several updates of the implications of these challenges for the country and the region.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 01/04/2018 - 18:30
Policy Seminar: Nutrition-sensitive agriculture program in Burkina Faso improves children's nutritional outcomes
This post originally appeared on the IFPRI.org blog. Written by Smita Aggarwal.
Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 12/21/2017 - 19:33
This piece originally appeared on the IFPRI.org blog.
By Xinshen Diao, Jed Silver, and Hiroyuki Takeshima
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 12/19/2017 - 21:20
Ethiopia will continue to face significant food insecurity in 2018, according to several recent reports from FEWS Net and FAO GIEWS.
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Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 11/30/2017 - 21:20
According to the latest Global Nutrition Report, released in early November, the world remains off-track on meeting nutrition targets, and financing to address malnutrition is not adequate to meet the needs of the problem.
Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 11/28/2017 - 20:58