Through Feed the Future, the U.S. Government is partnering with countries around the world to build a more food-secure future.
The core of Feed the Future includes programs in 19 focus countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and the Caribbean. These countries were carefully selected based on level of need, country commitment to increasing food security and nutrition, the potential for agricultural growth, opportunities for regional synergies through trade and other mechanisms, and resource availability.
The U.S. Government also coordinates activities and support at the regional level in Asia, Central America, and East, Southern and West Africa to improve food security and nutrition through Feed the Future.
In addition to these focus countries, Feed the Future also invests in aligned countries each year to support ongoing agricultural development programs.
Visit each country’s web page for more information on our approach and the exciting progress Feed the Future is helping each achieve.
Feed the Future is working with strategic partners like Brazil, India and, South Africa to leverage the expertise of emerging economic leaders and scale up joint efforts to achieve food security and nutrition goals.
Note: Feed the Future interagency partners are collaborating on a process for country selection to launch implementation of the U.S. Government’s Global Food Security Strategy, as required by the Global Food Security Act of 2016.