Creating a more food secure world, a healthier world, with greater security for all is not a panacea. While it may not solve every problem that dominates the headlines today, what it will do is create hope, security and new opportunity for many people around the world.
It’s been a busy year for Feed the Future and September was no exception. From Capitol Hill to the African Green Revolution Forum to the U.N. General Assembly, there was a lot of buzz about food security, agriculture and nutrition.
From wheat farming to water management, the U.S. Government is supporting climate smart agriculture and the sustainable use of natural resources in the Central Asian Republics to help ensure that farmers will be able to feed their families for a long time to come.