As part of activities under the Nigeria Agricultural Policy Project, the International Food Policy Research Institute’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (IFPRI-NSSP) recently released two Policy Notes on the determinants of chronic malnutrition in northern Nigeria to accompany previously released NSSP Working Papers (NSSP Working Paper No. 44 and NSSP Working Paper No. 45) on the […]
The International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) has published a new Working Paper entitled “Macroeconomic factor influence on agricultural program sustainability in Kaduna state, Nigeria”.
The 2017 Global Hunger Index (GHI) shows long-term progress in reducing hunger in the world. The advances have been uneven, however, with millions of people still experiencing chronic hunger and many places suffering acute food crises and even famine. According to 2017 GHI scores, the level of hunger in the world has decreased by 27 […]
What information is available on private-sector irrigation schemes in Nigeria? What potential is there for their expansion? Conversely, what constraints limit their operations? These are the key questions addressed in a new Working Paper from the International Food Policy Research Institute’s Nigeria Strategy Support Program (IFPRI-NSSP) entitled “Constraints for Small-scale Private Irrigation Systems in the […]
When and why do policymakers implement land governance reforms? These are the key questions explored in a new Working Paper from the Nigeria Strategy Support Program (NSSP) entitled “Subnational Variation in Policy Implementation: The Case of Nigerian Land Governance Reform”. The Working Paper is co-authored by Danielle Resnick, a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food […]