News: Minister Costello welcomes research on Ireland’s role in fight against hunger

Ireland’s Minister for Trade and Development Joe Costello has welcomed the HANCI donor index that ranked Ireland in fifth place among 23 OECD member countries. Speaking from Washington he said: “I very much welcome the recent Report by the Institute

New Lancet series paper examines the politics of reducing malnutrition

Ahead of the Nutrition for Growth event on June 8, The Lancet has today published an important new series on maternal and child undernutrition. One of the series papers, co-authored by our own Lawrence Haddad, looks at how enabling environments and processes can be

Read Lawrence Haddad’s reflections on the HANCI donor index

IDS Director Lawrence Haddad presented findings from the new HANCI Donor Index at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Agriculture and Food for Development in Westminster yesterday. In the latest post on his “Development Horizons” blog he reflects on the

Read Oxfam’s Duncan Green on the new HANCI donor index

In a new post on his “From Poverty to Power” blog Duncan gives his take on some the new HANCI Donor Index findings… Follow the link to read the full article: Which rich countries are good/bad on hunger and nutrition?

New HANCI donor index launched: UK ranked amongst donors with strongest commitment

NEWS RELEASE: UK ranked amongst donors with strongest commitment to reducing hunger and undernutrition in developing countries New research by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) has ranked the UK as performing relatively better than most other developed nations over the

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