IFPRI in the World
Building Global Knowledge
“Famine is our shame. It’s our collective responsibility, everybody should feel shame about this."
Vice President of Malawi
“Building resilience is no longer a Talk Show [but] a matter of action.”
“The goal that we must all embrace is equality of opportunity ... you cannot have equality of opportunity if children are not appropriately nourished.”
President, The World Bank Group
IFPRI is ranked 1st among agricultural economics departments and 2nd among top institutions for economists to work.
Supporting Agricultural Transformation
Director General, IFPRI
Year in Review
Executive Director, UN World Food Programme
Scaling Up Pro-Poor
Minister of Agriculture and Animal Resources in Rwanda
“Ending hunger and malnutrition, and building human capacity is a moral obligation that we need to fulfill as the current generation.”
Voices at IFPRI Events
Investing in Social Protection
A recent stocktaking of the impact of IFPRI’s work, based on just a small number of projects, shows our research has contributed to improving the lives of at least 200 million people.
IFPRI’s cutting-edge research informed improvements in food security, nutrition, and the well-being of people around the world in 2017.
Innovative Food Security and Nutrition Approaches
“All over the world, 80% of our problems today are conflict-related…We need to end the wars.”
IFPRI’s work in more than 50 countries is bringing us closer to a world free of hunger and malnutrition. IFPRI engages in regional and country-level research and policy work through 12 offices across the globe.
In 2018 and beyond, IFPRI will continue providing the evidence, policy advice, and technical assistance essential for ending hunger and improving nutrition.
By the Numbers