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IDRC supports researchers from developing countries who are finding innovative, lasting solutions to local problems. We share the impacts of this groundbreaking research through print and free online publications, including books co-published by IDRC and presses around the world. We also publish articles and newsletters, including the IDRC Bulletin, as well as multimedia projects, such as Lasting Impacts, our tribute to over 40 years of IDRC-supported research, and the In_focus Collection of thematic mini-websites.

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Feeding nine billion by 2050? Canada can help

It’s a sad truth that many smallholder farmers in poor countries today struggle to feed themselves while also supplying local markets.Food. Enough of it to live a healthy, productive life. It’s a basic need that many Canadians (although not all) can...

Research improves secure access
to nutritious food

Since its inception, Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) has worked with researchers and smallholder farmers in developing countries to increase access to sufficient, safe, nutritious, and affordable food. Research has improved...

Ebola and beyond: How Canada backs African problem-solvers

Martial Ndeffo is battling Ebola with mathematics. The epidemiologist from Cameroon is helping Liberia’s Ministry of Health make decisions that will affect us all as it races to halt the spread of the fast-moving disease.   Officials in the West...

IDRC Bulletin – October 2014

In this issue, IDRC celebrates World Food Day on October 16, 2014. Learn more about IDRC-supported research on food security. Featured this month IDRC celebrates World Food Day IDRC-supported research is helping small-scale farmers become more...

Clarence Batan: Giving a voice to Filipino Youth

Despite strong economic growth, the Philippines has the highest unemployment rate in the ASEAN region — more than 7%. Particularly hard hit are youth, who account for more than half of the close to 3 million unemployed. As sociologist Clarence...

TOBACCO CONTROL AND TOBACCO FARMING
Separating Myth from Reality

The bulk of the world’s tobacco is produced in low- and middle-income countries. In order to dissuade these countries from implementing policies aimed at curbing tobacco consumption (such as increased taxes, health warnings, advertising bans and...

Cyberspace “action hero” issues wakeup call

Canadians need to wake up to the social forces shaping – and threatening – the Internet they take for granted, says Ron Deibert, director of the digital watchdog group Citizen Lab. An “epochal shift” is occurring that requires an urgent global...

Highlight: Private sector could play a major role in feeding Africa

Experts working on diverse issues surrounding agriculture and food security met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on September 1, 2014 at the "Research to Feed Africa" high level policy dialogue. The dialogue aimed to discuss the role of science...

Building emergency medicine in Ethiopia

Ethiopia faces a critical gap in emergency medical care. Canadian experts have paired with Addis Ababa University to develop a national research and training facility and graduate the country’s first emergency medicine specialists. In Ethiopia...

IDRC Bulletin – September 2014

In this issue, read about the "Research to Feed Africa" high level policy dialogue that took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. You can also learn more about IDRC-supported work on food security. And find out how to register for the second...

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TOBACCO CONTROL AND TOBACCO FARMING<br>Separating Myth from Reality

TOBACCO CONTROL AND TOBACCO FARMING
Separating Myth from Reality

The bulk of the world’s tobacco is produced in low- and middle-income countries. In order to dissuade these countries from implementing policies aimed at curbing tobacco consumption (such as increased taxes, health warnings, advertising bans and...

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