News & Blogs
UK ranked amongst donors with strongest commitment to reducing hunger and undernutrition in developing countries04 Jun 13
New research by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has ranked the UK as performing relatively better than most other developed nations over the past decade at meeting its overseas aid spending commitments on ending undernutrition.
Food prices squeezing poor people and driving social change by stealth23 May 13
New IDS-Oxfam research reveals a new era of high and volatile food prices go beyond affecting what people can afford to eat and are causing life-changing shifts in society.
New research shows that some of the poorest developing countries are showing the greatest political commitment to tackling hunger and undernutrition11 Apr 13
According to new research published by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS), low income countries like Malawi and Madagascar and lower middle income Guatemala, are leading the charge against hunger and undernutrition, whilst economic powerhouses such as India and Nigeria are failing some of their most vulnerable citizens.
BLOG: A Post-Revolutionary Egyptian Tragedy: Nancy Okail and the Case of NGOs vs. the People of EgyptTuesday 18 Jun 2013
By Naysan Adlparvar
BLOG: Moving on from 'Northern chauvinism'? Traditional aid donors and rising powersMonday 17 Jun 2013
By Musab Younis
BLOG: Four Months in Cape Town BeginMonday 17 Jun 2013
By Jessica Kennedy
BLOG: Utopia - It ain't what it used to beSaturday 15 Jun 2013
By Lawrence Haddad
BLOG: What might the BRICS Bank mean for development?Friday 14 Jun 2013
By Stephen Spratt
IDS in the press
Development As Development Of The Heart: Why Are We So Poor? | Colombo TelegraphTuesday 18 Jun 2013
This article cites the joint IDS-Oxfam "Squeezed" report - "Life in a Time of Food Price Volatility", written by Research Fellow Naomi Hossain
Accelerate action to end malnutrition in a generationMonday 17 Jun 2013
Trust.org republish Richard Jolly's blog in response to the Nutrition for Growth Summit in London.
Africa: U.S.$3.5 Billion Pledged to Prevent Millions of Deaths From MalnutritionMonday 17 Jun 2013
All Africa republish IDS's news story following the Nutrition for Growth Summit in London and highlighting IDS work on hunger and undernutrition.