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Nutrition

Almost half of deaths for children under five years of age are attributed to malnutrition, and those children who survive have compromised cognitive and physical development. Feed the Future works with partners across the food and health system so families around the world have access to safe, affordable and nourishing diets. By investing in nutrition, Feed the Future is investing in a future where children survive, grow up to unlock their potential and become active contributors to their countries’ prosperity.

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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
IFPRI Analyses: Country-Level Impacts of High Food, Fuel and Fertilizer Prices
Announcing the 2022 Feed the Future Photo Contest Winners
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
How a Coffee Farmers Group Empowered One Guatemalan Woman to Lead
Guatemala
Agriculture-Led Growth
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Female Agribusiness Owner Sprouts Success for Other Women in Nepal
Nepal
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Wholesale Flour Business Uplifts Women and Elevates Nutrition in Tanzania
Resilience
Resilience in Action: Our Impact in Nepal
Nepal
Nutrition
Championing Health and Nutrition Throughout Nigeria’s Fish Supply
Nigeria
Resilience
A Space-age Solution to Climate Resilience
Honduras, Nepal
Agriculture-Led Growth
Guatemalan Farmers’ Group Confronts Climate Change with Various Methods
Guatemala
Agriculture-Led Growth
Planting Seeds of Change in Tanzania
Private Sector Engagement
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Brewing Opportunity and Empowerment for Farmers in Honduras
Honduras
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Administrator Power Announces $11 Billion to Combat Malnutrition and Safeguard the Lives of Women and Children

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