Feed the Future Resources

Read the January 2016 newsletter, which explores how Feed the Future is taking the lead in working with the private sector to ensure that the progress we've made in reducing poverty, hunger and undernutrition continues.

Read the December 2015 newsletter, which celebrates a momentous year of progress under leadership and partnership.  

Read the November 2015 newsletter, which celebrates agriculture's potential to end povery, hunger and malnutrition around the globe.  

Download this resource guide (pdf, 550.62 kb) to learn more about how performance and impact evaluations will be conducted for Feed the Future projects and/or activities.

Download this resource guide (pdf, 479.6 kb) to learn more about Feed the Future's evaluation design. 

Happy Thanksgiving from Feed the Future! View our e-card for a special message.

With a clear focus on fighting poverty, hunger and undernutrition, President Obama launched the global food security initiative called Feed the Future as one of the first foreign policy acts of his presidency. The fiscal year 2014 Feed the Future Progress Report (pdf, 6.02mb...

Feed the Future, the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative, and other U.S. Government efforts are contributing to siginificant progress against hunger and poverty in Africa.  Download this fact sheet (pdf, 274 kb) to learn more. 

Feed the Future, the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative, and other U.S. Government efforts are contributing to significant progress against hunger and proverty in Asia.  Download this fact sheet (pdf, 279 kb) to learn more. 

This is a monitoring and evaluation guidance (302.99 kb) for measuring natural resources management and climate smart agriculture under Feed the Future. 

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