Prior to the 2020 conference, IFPRI commissioned an independent impact assessment report in order to determine the impact of the Conference on individual participants, professional discourse, organizational participants, and IFPRI itself.
Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security, the newly released 2020 Conference book, edited by Shenggen Fan, Rajul Pandya-Lorch, and Sivan Yosef, assesses shocks, reviews approaches and tools, and identifies what works to build resilience.
IFPRI has released a new food policy report on “Resilience Programming Among Nongovernmental Organizations: Lessons for Policymakers.” The report, authored by Tim Frankenberger, Mark Constas, Suzanne Nelson, and Laurie Starr, makes the case that building resilience depends on integrated programming that crosses sectors and a long-term commitment to improving different types of capacity.
The synopsis and highlights video from the 2020 Conference on “Building Resilience to Food and Nutrition Security” are now available.
Farming First’s June 2014 newsletter features several outputs from its partnership with IFPRI for the 2020 Conference including an animated infographic series, a summary of the #2020Resilience Twitter chat, guest blog posts from resilience experts, and highlights from the communicators’ workshop held prior to the 2020 Conference in Addis Ababa.
We are pleased to announce the debut of the "IFPRI 2020" mobile app for use before, during and after the conference.
Want to learn more about why resilience matters for food and nutrition security? Interested to hear what policymakers, leaders in nongovernmental organizations and the private sector, and other stakeholders have to say about this important topic? Visit our YouTube channel to watch short videos from a range of perspectives, or click on the links below >> Read more
Explore our compilation of IFPRI researchers’ work on resilience within food and nutrition security, published in both IFPRI and external outlets.