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Dr. Sushil Pandey

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  • MA
  • BS
  • PhD , agricultural economics
    University of New England , Australia
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Noting that the project has made ..., 10 Sept 2014 [cached]
Noting that the project has made significant progress over the last one and half year, Sushil Pandey, Former Senior Scientist at the International Rice Research Institute, said: "We are now better aware of factors hindering formal trade in HYV rice seeds between the two countries.
Leaving poverty behind in marginal uplands, 25 July 2013 [cached]
Sushil Pandey, senior economist at IRRI, explained that though the country is the second largest exporter of rice in the world, many poor upland farmers are not able to produce enough to feed themselves and their families. They cannot buy rice in the market because they do not have enough money or the rice brought in from these surplus deltas becomes quite expensive due to high cost of transportation to these remote uplands
Simply put, marginal uplands are trapped in a vicious cycle of low food produc!vity, poverty, and environmental degradation. So, the nagging issue is, "How could one break the shackle of hunger brought by poverty in marginal uplands?"
The project Managing Landscapes in the Marginal Uplands for Household Food Security and Environmental Sustainability (IFAD TAG706) was conceived by the team, led by Dr. Pandey, for finding solutions to the dire conditions in the uplands. Its goal was crystal clear: to improve household food security of poor farmers in the marginal uplands of South and Southeast Asia through more productive technologies, thereby contribu!ng to poverty alleviation while protecting these fragile environments.
"When farmers' household food security is achieved, then they can start to consider options that will increase and diversify their income such as growing cash crops and raising livestock," said Dr. Pandey.
"Essentially, the project was designed to work with the farmers to develop op!ons suited to their specific situation," said Dr. Pandey.
Dr. Sushil Pandey, IRRI senior economist, talks about the project Landscapes in the Marginal Uplands for Household Food and Environmental Sustainability. Media
Making a difference in Asia and the Pacific - Supporting agricultural research through grants, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Sushil Pandey, Senior Agricultural Economist and Leader, Rice Policy and Impact Research Programme, IRRI, the Philippines
View the YouTube video. (2) During ... [cached]
View the YouTube video. (2) During the opening ceremonies of the 3rd IRC, the Vietnamese Government bestows upon IRRI its First Class Friendship Order on the occasion of the Institute's 50th anniversary. (3) During the opening ceremonies of the 3rd IRC, Vietnam awards nine Merit Medals to IRRI scientists "for the cause of Science and Technology development of Vietnam" (Robert Zeigler, Achim Dobermann, Gurdev Khush, Darshan Singh Brar, Roland Buresh, Tô Phúc Tu?ng, Kong Luen Heong, Abdelbagi Ismail, and Grant Singleton) and "for the cause of agriculture and rural development of Vietnam by a decree signed by the minister of science and technology. (4) Also during the IRC opening ceremonies, six IRRI scientists are recognized with Merit Awards for their agriculture and rural development work: William Padolina, David Mackill, Sushil Pandey, David Johnson, Martin Gummert, and Julian Lapitan.
Sushil Pandey, senior scientist in IRRI's Social Sciences Division, is recognized by the Nepal Agricultural Research Council (NARC) for his contributions to rice research.
View the YouTube video. (2) The community also bids farewell to Sushil Pandey, long-time senior agricultural economist, Social Sciences Division, 1993-2011, who conducted socioeconomic research on constraints to the adoption of direct seeding in lowlands and many other projects. View the YouTube video.
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