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Administrator Samantha Power’s Trip to Iowa Highlights Strategy to Fight Global Hunger

Source: USAID The below is attributable to Spokesperson Jessica Jennings:‎ Today, Administrator Samantha Power traveled to Des Moines, Iowa in a visit highlighting the U.S. government’s efforts to fight the global food security crisis and showcase innovative public-private partnerships that are helping to feed the world. During a keynote address at the…

Administrator Power Delivers “Feeding the World We Now Face” Speech at International Borlaug Dialogue, Announces New Actions to Fight Global Hunger

Source: USAID Today, Administrator Samantha Power called for an acceleration and expansion of agricultural innovation and investment as a critical pillar of addressing current and future global food crises and announced new USAID initiatives to improve agricultural production around the world, strengthen resilience, and address the root causes of hunger,…

USAID and USDA announce the Global Food Security Research Strategy to Fight Hunger and Build Sustainable Systems

Source: USAID Today, USAID Administrator Samantha Power and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack released the U.S. government’s Global Food Security Research Strategy, underscoring the U.S. government’s commitment to ending hunger and malnutrition and building medium to long-term sustainable resilient food systems. The new research strategy emphasizes priority objectives and the use…

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At United Nations General Assembly, President Biden Announces $2.9 Billion in Additional Funding to Strengthen Global Food Security

Today, in his address to the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. announced over $2.9 billion in new assistance from the U.S. Government to address global food insecurity. President Biden’s announcement builds on the $6.9 billion in U.S. government assistance to support global food…

Administrator Samantha Power Delivers Address on Global Food Security Crisis Titled, “The Line Between Crisis and Catastrophe”

Today, Administrator Samantha Power delivered an address on the growing global food security crisis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies headquarters, co-hosted by the Eleanor Crook Foundation. The Administrator laid out the severity of the current food crisis, particularly in the Horn of Africa, outlined steps the United…

The United States Announces New Commitments to Respond to the Global Food Security Crisis

Source: USAID This week, during the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Germany, President Joe Biden pledged $2.76 billion in additional U.S. government resources to protect the world’s most vulnerable populations from the escalating global food security crisis exacerbated by Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine and the severe drought in…

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USAID Announces New U.S. Government Global Food Security Strategy

Today, Administrator Samantha Power announced the updated and enhanced U.S. government Global Food Security Strategy (GFSS), at an event hosted by the White House and joined by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. Administrator Power announced that the updated GFSS aims to contribute to reducing poverty and child stunting by 20…

USAID Counselor Chris Milligan Announces New Partnerships with Feed The Future Innovation Labs

Today, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Counselor Chris Milligan highlighted two new partnerships under Feed the Future, the U.S. Government's global food security initiative. Feed the Future’s 22 Innovation Labs, in partnership with more than 70 U.S. universities, lead research on all aspects of food security and nutrition, seeking…

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USAID Announces $1.2 Million In Feed The Future Funds To Private-sector Partners To Combat The Economic Toll Of Covid-19

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) today announced $1.2 million for 10 small and medium-sized agribusinesses to address the economic fallout in emerging markets caused by COVID-19. Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation - a USAID-led program managed by Fintrac that is responsible for building partnerships with private-sector agribusinesses-is working with past partner…


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