Feed the Future Resources

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...

This report (pdf, 8mb) provides a comprehensive analysis of the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) baseline survey results, summarizing both...

Download a copy of Senator Richard Lugar's keynote address (pdf, 127kb) to the Feed the Future Global Forum on May 19, 2014.

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 2013 Feed the Future Progress Report (pdf, 13mb)...

Aid is about building partnerships for development. Such partnerships are most effective when they fully harness the energy, skills and experience of all development actors—bilateral and multilateral donors, global funds, CSOs, and the private sector. To support developing...

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.

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