Progress

Progress Report

When President Obama entered office, he mobilized global leaders behind a common vision to end hunger and extreme poverty by boosting agricultural productivity. Since then, the United States has stood with small-scale farmers around the world to achieve this vision through Feed the Future. And in just a few short years, Feed the Future is demonstrating progress to significantly reduce both poverty and stunting where we work. Our latest progress report reviews our impact to date and advances our commitment to closely monitor, measure and publicly report on our work.

 

Download our third progress report (pdf, 13mb) to read more about Feed the Future's results in fiscal year 2013.

RESULTS FRAMEWORK Reports on indicators of progress toward Feed the Future goals and objectives will be available beginning Fall 2012.
Feed the Future Results Framework depicting goals and objectives. Downloadable version in the M&E resources library below.

COMMON INDICATORS

INDICATORS MEASURED

Kilometers of roads improved or constructed 

Annually

Number of households with formalized land

Annually

Hectares under new or improved/rehabilitated irrigation

Annually

Number of hectares under improved technologies or management practices as a result of U.S. Government assistance

Annually

Number of farmers and others who have applied new technologies or management practices as a result of U.S. Government assistance

Annually

Number of individuals who have received U.S. Goverment supported short-term agricultural sector productivity or food security training

Annually

Number of food security private enterprises (for profit), producers organizations, water users associations, women’s groups,  trade and business associations, and community-based organizations receiving U.S. Government assistance

Annually

Number of private enterprises, producers organizations, water users associations, women’s groups, trade and business  associations and community-based organizations that applied new technologies or management practices as a result of U.S. Government assistance

Annually

Value of agricultural and rural loans 

Annually

M & E RESOURCES