Digital technology is taking a growing role in the world’s food supply, from farm to fork. The right policies would ensure that the benefits are shared.
Central Asia is improving food safety measures to share with the world some of the more than 8000 plant species, as well as livestock, from the region.
Post-disaster strategies help farmers overcome immediate losses while they wait for assistance.
What Uber has done for urban transport, drones can do for farms and the billions who depend on them.
Despite decreases in hunger due to economic growth, millions in Asia remain malnourished and without direct action the situation could get worse.
Asian countries are increasingly turning to investing in dedicated development programs rather than relying entirely on economic growth to deliver better social outcomes. Evaluations of their actual impact have not always accompanied such decision making, but where they have, it has made a key difference.
Agriculture is by far the most important sector of Cambodia’s economy, and fundamental to its success.
The COVID-19 crisis should be used as an opportunity for developing economies to implement reforms that help ensure food security
Weak statistics and informal land area measurement techniques can distort agricultural policies, ADB research shows.
Jit Kumari is a role model for her audacious voyage to economic and social prosperity.