Published on September 13, 2019
Research by AFRE graduate student Myat Thida Win and Associate Professor Ben Belton regarding agricultural mechanization in Myanmar has been featured in The Economist. This research was funded by the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy.
David Ortega Shares Insights to New Import Taxes Underscoring China's Role As Growing U.S. Food Supplier
Published on September 6, 2019
David Ortega, AFRE’s Associate Professor and a collaborator on FSP’s Africa Great Lakes Coffee (AGLC) project shares insights on new import taxes underscoring China's role as growing U.S. food supplier
Published on August 2, 2019
David Ortega, AFRE’s Associate Professor and a collaborator on FSP’s Africa Great Lakes Coffee (AGLC) project shares insights on the coffee farming crisis based on his FSP funded research in Rwanda.
Published on July 15, 2019
Chief Economist of USAID Dr. Louise Fox has highlighted FSG work by FSG's Thom Jayne and Milu Muyanga in her most recent blog post:
Published on May 30, 2019
David Tschirley was asked to speak at the Lessons from IFPRI Country Programs on Informing Policy Decisions and Strengthening Capacity Policy Seminar
Published on May 24, 2019
FSP Country Director for ASPIRES- Tanzania David Nyange spoke on national television at the Fourth Mwananchi Thought Leadership Forum on May 23, 2019, addressing topics such as research on transforming food systems and more.
Published on May 16, 2019
Dr. Ben Belton, will be discussing recent findings of large scale surveys implemented by FSP in Myanmar and the need for policies in order to support successful livelihood diversification and leverage greater value from existing agri-food value chains.
Published on March 14, 2019
FSP researchers from around the world gathered in Washington DC for the Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy Reflection Workshop from March 5-7, 2019.
Published on February 18, 2019
AAPC convened for their 5th Annual Agricultural Policy Conference in Tanzania's agricultural sector to discuss empirical findings, assess progress in agricultural policy forms, identify remaining gaps and chart out agenda for future reforms.
Published on February 12, 2019
The 5th Annual Agricultural Policy Conference (AAPC) has kicked off in Dodoma, Tanzania, bringing leaders in the area to discuss progress and challenges.