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This paper examines the gendered food security gap and its causes in rural Malawi. It argues that gendered food security gaps between female- and male-headed households (FHHs and MHHs) can [...]
Author/Source: Menale Kassie, Jesper Stage, Hailemariam Teklewold, Olf Erenstein
Country: Malawi
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has released its Joint Programme Document for the Resilience Analysis Unit (RAU). The RAU was launched in 2014 following a request by IGAD to [...]
Author/Source: IGAD
With the developing world increasingly exposed to severe shocks and stresses, a growing number of international development agencies have now adopted resilience building as a critical long-term objective for their [...]
Author/Source: Christophe Béné , Derek Headey, Lawrence Haddad, Klaus von Grebmer
The FSIN Secretariat has compiled a list of global Food Security-related academic courses. The document lists over 130 courses in 59 different countries that are available at both graduate and [...]
Author/Source: FSIN Secretariat
This Info Note from the CGIAR research program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security argues that building programs for climate-smart agriculture requires new indicators. Countries vary in their institutional [...]
Author/Source: CCAFS
This year’s WorldRiskReport2015 produced by the Alliance Development Works and the Institute for Environment and Human Security of the United Nations University investigates the connection between food security and disaster [...]
Author/Source: United Nations University Institute for Environment and Human Security
IFPRI’s Global Nutrition Report 2015 is a collaborative effort report card on the world’s nutrition—globally, regionally, and country by country—and on efforts to improve it. It assesses countries’ progress in [...]
Author/Source: IFPRI