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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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Research
Women Scientists Advancing Agriculture Research Across Africa
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Taking Action for Women in Agrifood Systems
Agriculture-Led Growth
The Dirt on Soil: Healthy Soil is Super Hero in Fight Against Hunger and Climate Change
A woman with her poultry farm in Isiolo County, Kenya.
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Resilience
Q&A with Ann Vaughan, USAID Senior Advisor for Climate Change: Tackling Gender Inequality Lessens Hunger
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Nutrition
Resilience
2023 Borlaug Dialogue: Harnessing Change for Global Food Security
Agriculture-Led Growth
Dual-Purpose Seeds in Senegal Make Life Easier and More Profitable for Farmers
Senegal
Research
Fish Breeding Technology in Bangladesh Offers Convenience and Quality to Farmers and Consumers
Bangladesh
Resilience
Advancing the Conversation Around Building a Resilient Future
female food vendor holding dry good with outstretched hands
Resilience
The Importance of Evidence for Building Resilience
Ethiopia, Niger
Esther Achola photo in lab
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Research
Resilience
Building a Better Peanut: Ugandan Scientist’s Studies Help Bring Farmers a More Resilient Crop
Uganda
US Delegation portrait photo
Join the Conversation about Water Security for the People, Produce, and the Planet
USAID Announces $15 Million Investment to Extend Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut Partnership led by the University of Georgia Research Foundation

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