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Feed the Future supports policy reform to generate meaningful change. These efforts aim to improve the functioning of public and private sectors that can sustainably provide extension, social safety nets, research, health, inputs, and other goods and services. Through diplomacy and programmatic support, we work closely with governments and with national and local stakeholders to advance and help implement an evidence-based policy agenda consistent with international obligations and U.S. policy objectives.

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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
2022 Progress Snapshot Feature Story - Guatemala
Guatemala
2022 Progress Snapshot Feature Story - Nigeria
Nigeria
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
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Research
4 Women Scientists Breaking Down Barriers to End Hunger

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