This policy brief focuses on development aid finance needed to come near to the G7 commitment of lifting 500 million people out of hunger and malnutrition by 2030.
The PARI annual report 2021 presents the highlights of PARI research conducted in 2021.
Societal discussions and policy action are needed to harness the potential of robots to serve people and the planet.
This policy brief assesses how African countries and Indian states have transformed their food and agriculture sectors to inform future strategic directions in food system strategies.
This study assesses the potential of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) applications to close milk yield gaps among small- and medium scale dairy cattle farmers in Africa.
This paper assesses the state of digital livestock in Kenya and India in terms of availability, technology use and livestock covered.
This policy brief assesses the impact of Covid-19 containment measures on the income and welfare of Indian migrant workers.
This study examines the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and the related nationwide lockdown on the Indian economy, particularly on food systems. It also takes up an important issue of millions of migrant workers in India who seem to have suffered the most during this period.
This study looks at trends in Indian farm wages, analyses their linkage with food prices, and identifies factors which drove their growth in real terms.
This study examines the development of farm mechanization in India, with a special focus on the use of tractors, the key drivers for demand and the efficiency of tractors in India.
This paper looks at historical ties between India and Africa. It identifies trade and investment patterns in recent decadesand describes the collaborations between India and several African countries in the field of agriculture.
This policy brief presents the concept and findings from case studies with Hello Tractor (Nigeria) and EM3 Agri-Services (India) to illustrate how this can work in developing countries.