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Agriculture-Led Growth

Feed the Future helps countries boost agriculture-led growth, which is one of the most effective tools countries have to lift people out of hunger and poverty. In addition to boosting productivity, we help countries strengthen markets, encourage investment, develop sound policies, and get research and technology into the hands of farmers.

Stories about Agriculture-Led Growth

Policy
At United Nations General Assembly, President Biden Announces $2.9 Billion in Additional Funding to Strengthen Global Food Security
Photo of Kenyan farmer with crops
Nutrition
Policy
Private Sector Engagement
4 Ways the U.S. Government Is Responding to the Global Food Security Crisis
Woman in lab
Research
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
4 Women Scientists Breaking Down Barriers to End Hunger
Policy
The United States Announces New Commitments to Respond to the Global Food Security Crisis
Agriculture-Led Growth
Resilience
Farmers in DRC learn new techniques as fertilizer costs rise
Agriculture-Led Growth
Nutrition
Enriching farms and food in sub-Saharan Africa
Kenya
Resilience
Policy
Private Sector Engagement
Q&A with DFC Chief Development Officer Andrew Herscowitz: How the U.S. government's development finance arm helps communities respond to crises and conflict
Policy
Resilience
The United States Provides Nearly $1.3 Billion in Surge of Humanitarian and Development Assistance to the Horn of Africa
Administrator Samantha Power Delivers Address on Global Food Security Crisis Titled, "The Line Between Crisis and Catastrophe"
Nepal officials using satellite data in the field.
Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
Resilience
Satellite Data Bolsters Food Security and Climate Resilience in South Asia
Bangladesh, Nepal
Josephine Yeboah is CEO of EvansJoes Farm, a poultry operation in Dormaa Ahenkro, Ghana
Resilience
Harnessing Innovation in Ghana to Reduce Food Loss and Waste
Ghana
Resilience
Integrated Rice-Fish Farming in Nigeria: A Resilient Approach in the Face of Climate Change
Nigeria

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