As the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, Feed the Future works hand-in-hand with partner countries to develop their agriculture sectors and break the vicious cycle of poverty and hunger. We are helping people feed themselves and creating important opportunities for a new generation of young people, while building a more stable world.
Join the Conversation about Water Security for the People, Produce, and the Planet
From March 22-24, water experts and advocates came together at the United Nations 2023 Water Conference to mobilize international cooperation and new financial commitments to reach water and sanitation access for all by 2030. Read the latest blog article from Dina Esposito, the Assistant to the Administrator for the Bureau for Resilience and Food Security (RFS) at USAID and Feed the Future Deputy Coordinator for Development, where she and USAID Global Water Coordinator, and Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator Maura Barry take a deep dive into what happened at UN Water and why it matters. Read More
Announcing the 2023 Feed the Future-Agrilinks Photo Contest Winners
The 2023 Feed the Future-Agrilinks Photo Contest captured moments that inspire us to stay determined in our fight to end hunger, poverty and… Read more
Food Security in Lebanon Starts With Seeds, Seedlings and Compost for Smallholder Farmers
As the global food security crisis creates challenges for farmers, an agricultural program in Lebanon is distributing critical resources to help thousands. Lebanon… Read more
With High Global Fertilizer Prices, Farmers in Nigeria Are Turning to Custom Blends
A USAID-supported program commercially distributes specially blended fertilizer to smallholder farmers to help them increase their crop yields and become more food secure. … Read more
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Where We Work
We currently focus our efforts in 20 target countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean.
With a population of more than 112 million people, Ethiopia is one of the fastest-growing countries and economies in Africa.
Agriculture is the largest source of employment in Ghana and growth in the sector is responsible for much of the country’s poverty reduction.
Guatemala has tremendous potential for expanding its agriculture sector – promising job creation and stable incomes – to address the primary drivers of poor nutrition, poverty and migration.