The Food Security in Practice handbook series is designed for development practitioners. It is based on IFPRI research and enables project personnel in the field to take research from analysis to action. Each volume addresses informational and methodological issues that practitioners confront during the life of a project, and presents the lessons learned from research on specific development issues. Relevant research and operational concepts are explained in easy-to-understand ways. Additional information pertaining to research analyses, methodologies, and results is available from IFPRI.

  • Food Security in Practice 1
    Methods for Rural Development Projects. Edited by John Hoddinott.
    December 2001
    PDF version revised August 2002
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  • Food Security in Practice 2
    Using Gender Research in Development. Agnes R. Quisumbing and Bonnie McClafferty.
    June 2006
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  • Food Security in Practice 3
    Measuring Food Security Using Household Expenditure Surveys. Lisa C. Smith and Ali Subandoro.
    December 2007
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  • Food Security in Practice 4
    Building Public-Private Partnerships for Agricultural Innovation. Frank Hartwich, Jaime Tola, Alejandra Engler, Carolina González, Graciela Ghezan, Jorge M. P. Vázquez-Alvarado, José Antonio Silva, José de Jesús Espinoza y María Verónica Gottret.
    August 2008
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Methods for Rural Development Projects.pdf1.5 MB
UsingGenderResearch in Development.pdf3.82 MB
Measuring Food Security Using Household Expenditure Surveys2.99 MB
Building Public-Private Partnerships for Agricultural Innovation6.53 MB
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