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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

Feed the Future uses monitoring and evaluation to coordinate and learn from our global food security and nutrition efforts. Our data and extensive analytic efforts play a critical role in supporting evidence-based investments, accountability and transparency of our programs. These quantitative efforts not only provide important actionable insights, but help to unlock and understand our impact to fight hunger, poverty and malnutrition around the world.

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Announcing the 2023 Feed the Future-Agrilinks Photo Contest Winners
Guatemala, Mali, Nepal, Senegal
Agriculture-Led Growth
Resilience
With High Global Fertilizer Prices, Farmers in Nigeria Are Turning to Custom Blends
Nigeria
Agriculture-Led Growth
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Food Security in Lebanon Starts With Seeds, Seedlings and Compost for Smallholder Farmers
Photo of Esposito at USAID site
Nutrition
Nutrition at the Center of the Storm
Malawi, Senegal, Tanzania
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Research
Ethiopian Inventor Promotes Safe, Nutritious Foods
Ethiopia
Announcing the Feed the Future and Agrilinks 2023 Photo Contest
Nutrition
Research
Building the first nutritional database for fish in Cambodia
Nutrition
Research
Forward-thinking inventors in Africa compete in food safety challenge
Agriculture-Led Growth
Research
Harnessing gender-inclusive research to improve cowpea crops in Africa
Malawi
Policy
Research
Administrator Samantha Power’s Trip to Iowa Highlights Strategy to Fight Global Hunger
Administrator Power Delivers “Feeding the World We Now Face” Speech at International Borlaug Dialogue, Announces New Actions to Fight Global Hunger
Policy
Research
USAID and USDA announce the Global Food Security Research Strategy to Fight Hunger and Build Sustainable Systems

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