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    Ifpri in-mozambique overview Ifpri in-mozambique overview Presentation Transcript

    • SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS for Reducing Povertyand Ending Hunger and Malnutrition An overview of theInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and IFPRI’s work in Mozambique International Food Policy Research Institute
    • Cornerstones of IFPRIs work Communi- Capacity cations Strengthening Policy Research International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRIs approach for eliminating hunger and reducing poverty• Provide research-based evidence to improve the quality of policy debates and results on the ground• Collaborate closely with policymakers, advisors, and analysts to ensure research has relevance and impact International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRIs approach for eliminating hunger and reducing poverty• Address current and emerging issues with: – multidisciplinary approaches, – innovative policy solutions, – new tools and state-of-the-art techniques• Monitor and evaluate the effects of policies on poor and hungry people and make recommendations International Food Policy Research Institute
    • Nine major research themes 1. Outlooks and global change 2. Globalization, trade, and markets 3. Natural resources policies 4. Risks and emergencies 5. Governance and policy processes 6. Development strategies 7. Poverty, nutrition, and social protection 8. Diet, health, and food safety 9. Science and technology International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRI AT A GLANCE
    • International Food Policy Research Institute Director General Shenggen Fan 2020 Vision Initiative Development Strategy and GovernanceWest and Central Africa Office Environment and Production (WCAO) Technology Eastern and Southern Africa Markets, Trade, and Office (ESAO) Institutions Latin America Poverty, Health, and Nutrition New Delhi Office Communications HarvestPlus® Challenge Finance and Administration Program (with CIAT)
    • IFPRI in Mozambique Director General Shenggen Fan 2020 Vision Initiative Development Strategy and GovernanceWest and Central Africa Office Environment and Production (WCAO) Technology Eastern and Southern Africa Markets, Trade, and Office (ESAO) Institutions Latin America Poverty, Health, and Nutrition New Delhi Office Communications HarvestPlus® Challenge Finance and Administration Program (with CIAT)
    • IFPRI’s research and outreach on a global level and in Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East Offices and activities around the world International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRI supports evidence-based policymaking• Provides high-quality analysis, tools, and data• Conducts research to fill gaps in knowledge• Strengthens local capacity to analyze, monitor, and evaluate policies to end hunger & reduce poverty International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRI helps build the capacity of local partners• Conduct workshops and training courses to improve the knowledge and skills of practicing professionals• Involve students in fieldwork and local studies to further the education of future leaders• Engage in joint research with both established and rising national researchers International Food Policy Research Institute
    • Country Strategy Support Programs• Collaborate with local researchers and institutes to build capacity for policy analysis• Produce timely, innovative, and policy-relevant research results and improve access to information• Enhance evidence-based policymaking that benefits the poor and accelerates agricultural development• Provide opportunities for policy debate International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRI works with various partners• Globally, more than 550 collaborators. Partnerships with government agencies, NGOs, universities, and UN agencies• In Mozambique, have worked with, among others: – Ministério da Agricultura (Ministry of Agriculture), particularly Direcção de Economia (Directorate of Economics) – Faculty of Agronomy & Forestry Engineering, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane – Instituto Nacional de Estatística (INE – National Statistical Institute) – National Directorate of Planning & Budget, Ministry of Planning and Finance – Instituto de Investigação Agrária de Moçambique (IIAM –Agricultural Research Institute of Mozambique ) International Food Policy Research Institute
    • IFPRI produces international public goods and resources• Research publications• Analytical models and model simulations• Documentation on best practices• Datasets of monitoring indicators• Interactive websites on food policy, agricultural policy, and agricultural development issues• Most freely available at www.ifpri.org International Food Policy Research Institute