Feed the Future Resources

Check out our October newsletter for stories on how we're driving innovative solutions to global hunger through science and technology as well as other updates from the U.S. Government's Feed the Future initiative.  

Check out our September newsletter for stories on how we're advancing food security in a changing climate and other updates from the U.S. Government's Feed the Future initiative.  

By making Feed the Future data sets available to the public, we enable collaboration among data users and others that can spur innovation toward our goals. Check out Feed the Future baseline household survey data sets from a variety of Feed the Future focus countries, hosted...

Check out our August newsletter for stories on African leadership in global food security and other updates from Feed the Future.

View the Feed the Future Agricultural Indicators Guide for guidance on best practices in the definition, collection and use of key agricultural indicators for the annual performance monitoring of agricultural development activities under the U.S. Government’s Feed the Future...

Check out our June/July 2014 newsletter for stories on nutrition and other updates from the Feed the Future initiative this summer.

Download this joint statement (52kb, pdf) to learn more about key discussions and agreed actions by the co-conveners of the New Alliance Leadership Council at a meeting held on...

Check out our May 2014 newsletter for a summary of Feed the Future's latest progress report, the Feed the Future Global Forum, and other updates on food security and nutrition this month.

Volume 11 (pdf, 779kb) provides guidance on the midterm assessment of Feed the Future zone of influence population-level indicators. The objective of this guidance is to support USAID Missions in planning for and conducting the midterm assessment. Guidance is provided on...

When President Obama took office, the world was in the midst of a food, fuel and financial crisis that brought millions of people to the brink of poverty. In 2007 and 2008, food prices hit all-time highs, putting basic staples such as rice and wheat beyond the reach of the...

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