Feed the Future Resources

Check out our March 2014 newsletter for articles on how Feed the Future is empowering women in the agriculture sector and helping smallholder farmers access and manage the water resources they need to improve food security in their communities.

Check out our February 2014 newsletter for articles on how Feed the Future is scaling up food security by bringing innovative technologies, agricultural practices and improved nutrition to greater numbers of smallholder farmers and their families.

With Grow Africa's first operational year complete, this report (pdf, 2.5mb) examines the achievements, lessons and outlook for Grow Africa’s partners across government, companies, farmers and others.

Check out our January 2014 newsletter for articles on how Feed the Future is partnering with the private sector to improve food security, nutrition and incomes for smallholder farmers around the world.

Download the Country Cooperation Framework for Senegal in French (pdf, 1.5mb), which describes the vision for partnership and mutual commitments between the the Government of Senegal, donors, and the private sector, as part of the ...

Check out a special edition of the Feed the Future Newsletter (pdf, 672kb) on 2013 highlights in global hunger and food security.

Feed the Future's research program on markets and policy works to achieve inclusive agricultural growth and improved nutrition through research on enabling policies, socioeconomics and technology targeting, and by building the capacity of partner governments to effect...

Check out our November 2013 newsletter for articles on how Feed the Future is helping smallholder farmers adapt to a changing climate and advancing agricultural practices and technologies that mitigate environmental degradation. 

Cambodia a focus country of Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative.This multi-year strategy (pdf, 681kb) outlines the five-year strategic planning for Feed the Future in Cambodia. It represents coordinated, “whole of government”...

Feed the Future invests in human and institutional capital—essential building blocks for improved growth and innovation in the agriculture sector. Learn more in this brief (pdf, 759kb) on human and institutional capacity development from the...

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