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USAID Supports Innovative Livestock Feed Solution

A shortage of affordable and nutritious feed is a major constraint for Ethiopia’s livestock farmers, which is what led Ethio-Feed PLC to focus on the development of new feeds from agricultural by-products and other ingredients, previously considered as waste.


Sustainable Intensification in the Ethiopian Highlands: First Year of New Program Lays Strong Groundwork for Research and Agricultural Development

To address these challenges, a Feed the Future program is conducting participatory research (which actively involves beneficiaries of the research) to empower farmers to implement sustainable intensification, meaning they will ultimately be able to generate more output from the same area of land while reducing negative environmental impacts.


USAID, PepsiCo, and World Food Programme Partner to Increase Food Production and Address Malnutrition in Ethiopia


USAID, PepsiCo, Inc., the PepsiCo Foundation, and the United Nations World Food Programme announced a groundbreaking public-private partnership to dramatically increase chickpea production and promote long-term nutritional and economic security in Ethiopia. The initiative, called Enterprise EthioPEA, was unveiled by the partners at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York City.


A Slight Reprieve for Somalia – New FEWS Data

By: Nancy Lindborg

We remain committed to providing vital emergency assistance, and we continue to look ahead – especially in Ethiopia and Kenya, where we can literally “Feed the Future” by building sustainable solutions through investments in agriculture, livelihoods and health. 


Public-Private Partnership Week: Performance with Purpose

By: Derek Yach

Derek Yach, director of Global Health and Agriculture Policy at PepsiCo, highlights the Enterprise EthioPEA program as part of Public Private Partnership Week. Enterprise EthioPEA is a public-private partnership between USAID, the United Nations World Food Programme, and PepsiCo, as part of the Feed the Future initiative.