The National Research Council's Science and Technology for Sustainability Program hosted two workshops in 2011 addressing the sustainability challenges associated with food security for all.
HarvestChoice relies heavily on large sets of household survey data to evaluate the economic impact of biophysical productivity responses at the farm level and on target populations.
Asia has made significant progress in increasing its agricultural productivity and reducing poverty since the 1960s.
Queries the complete sub-national household attributes database (18 attributes are currently reported) across 3 domains .
One of the key sets of indicators from nationally representative household surveys is that related to per capita consumption of a wide range of food products.
This section provides access to population and other socio-economic data used by HarvestChoice to better characterize the linkages between poverty and agriculture.
HarvestChoice generates knowledge products to help guide strategic investments to improve the well-being of poor people in sub-Saharan Africa through more productive and profitable farming.
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