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Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 131, January 2024

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Feed the Future Newsletter, Issue 131, January 2024

Conflict, climate change, the enduring impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and more continue to contribute to unprecedented global food insecurity. On top of that, the global demand for food is expected to jump by 50 percent over the next two-and-a-half decades. At the same time, farmers are struggling to keep up as they face a changing climate that is driving or exacerbating prolonged droughts, catastrophic storms, wildfires and floods.

As different groups face different aspects of these challenges, Feed the Future and its partners are developing and implementing a range of innovations alongside local researchers and communities. Read on to learn more about how Feed the Future is empowering women, youth, rural communities and small and medium agribusinesses in its fight against global hunger in 2024.



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