This project aims to identify and support scalable public-private innovative partnerships in developing countries that bridge the gaps between agriculture and nutrition programmes to improve nutrition for the poor and undernourished.
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IDS was commissioned by the World Bank to provide input into the implementation of the 'Russia as a Donor Initiative' (RDI) programme.
The goal of the project was to promote the development of research networks in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia working on the Asian Drivers theme: the impact of China and India on other parts of the developing world.
The project aims to help reduce undernutrition by informing policy and providing tools to make food and agricultural systems more ‘nutrition-sensitive’.
Latest workCan the private sector tackle undernutrition?
The project's objective is to collect and analyse new data on non-tariff measures, particularly on governmental standards and regulations that prescribe the conditions for importing agri-food products into the EU market and into the markets of the main competing players.
This three-institution network focused on three global governance areas: climate change/energy, innovation and low carbon development, and development cooperation.
Latest workChina’s Impact on the Global Wind Power Industry
An examination of whether or not exporters in Sub-Saharan Africa are facing a decline in trade credit.
This research will identify the key factors driving the effectivness of public-private partnerships (PPPs) at bringing sustained increases in income for smallholder farmers at scale and delivering positive development outcomes across rural communities.
Agenda-setting papers identifying the major issues raised by China's rapid growth for developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America, and a review of issues arising from China's participation in institutions of global governance.
This review examined a range of donor initiatives that adopted a value chain aproach as part of their policy package for promoting the growth of small and medium enterprises.