Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 124, June 2023
Resilience is needed on many fronts — environmentally, socially and economically — when shocks strike and persist. Without it, the lives and livelihoods of millions of people suffer, hard-won gains are lost and the road to recovery becomes even more difficult. That’s why resilience is fundamental to Feed the Future’s mission.
In this issue we feature how our investments are helping countries manage successfully in the face of more frequent and often compounding shocks, from climate change to conflict, by responding to the needs of vulnerable farmers and communities with better access to climate-smart seeds and tools, promising new opportunities through public and private partnerships, and strengthened social protection and safety nets that provide critical support to vulnerable communities when they need it most.