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Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 117, October 2022

In this issue we reflect on Feed the Future Week 2022 and the fact that ending hunger is the business of investing in communities to build resilience. Feed the Future’s long-term investments to boost agricultural productivity are proving critical. Together, we’re making climate-smart practices accessible, training farmers to use technologies…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 116, October 2022

In this issue we share our 2022 Feed the Future Progress Snapshot. Our fight against global hunger hinges on collective action. Unprecedented shocks threaten hard-won progress in the global fight against poverty, hunger and malnutrition. Together with our partners, we are committed to building a stronger tomorrow. Read on by…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 115, October 2022

Today’s global food security crisis requires leaders to deliver urgent humanitarian assistance while also investing in resilience so communities can better respond to future shocks. The United States, through the Feed the Future initiative, has made long-term investments for more than a decade that boost agricultural productivity, reduce hunger and…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 113, July 2022

We’re standing at the precipice of a global food security crisis. Up to 40 million people could be pushed into poverty and food insecurity this year alone as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. And up to 20 million people in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia are at risk as…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 112, June 2022

The world is standing at the precipice of a food security crisis of historic proportions. War-induced supply disruptions and record-high prices for food, fuel and fertilizer could push an estimated 40 million more people into poverty and food insecurity by the end of this year. Worse yet, a catastrophic, four-season…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 111, May 2022

Families are facing unprecedented challenges in where to get their next meal. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is exacerbating the global food crisis brought on by the lasting impacts of the pandemic, climate shocks and protracted conflict, all of which will be felt by families in the years to come. That’s…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 110, April 2022

From record-breaking temperatures, droughts to devastating floods, the climate crisis is disrupting how communities grow and access nourishing food. In this issue we share how Feed the Future works hand-in-hand with partners around the world to bolster climate resilience in the fight to end hunger and malnutrition. When we face…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 109, March 2022

Women are the key to a food-secure future. Whether as farmers growing nourishing food, entrepreneurs boosting local economies or researchers seeking the next innovation, when women prosper, countries thrive. In this issue, we share how Feed the Future is empowering women everywhere – from Tanzania to Nepal – to bring…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 108, February 2022

Together with our partners, we’re leveraging research and innovation to equip communities with the resources to thrive. In this issue, we share how Feed the Future doubled down on our work to build a future that is more prosperous, stable and secure for all this past year. This year is…

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 107, December 2021

Ending global hunger is one of the defining challenges and opportunities of our time. Together with our partners, we're targeting the root causes of the challenges to ending global hunger. In this issue, we share stories of success and our latest global results.

Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 106, November 2021

This Thanksgiving season, there’s a lot we are thankful for. We thank all of our staff and partners around the world who are dedicated to facing the challenge of ending poverty, hunger and malnutrition. Read on to see more of what we are thankful for this year.

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