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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.


Ensuring Food Security Remains a High-Level Priority
Science Envoy Travels to Bangladesh
Peace Corps Returns to Nepal
Helping Guatemala Cultivate a Better Future
U.S. Government $250 Million Feed the Future Program Marks First Year of Success
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WFP Executive Director Assumes Role At World Economic Forum
Food Security: Two Year Fast Facts on the U.S. Government's Work in Haiti
Ambassador Kirk Travels to Tanzania
Remarks by Assistant Secretary Marisa Lago to the Partnership to End Hunger and Poverty in Africa’s Annual Forum
OPIC Board Approves Nearly $500 Million for Five Renewable Resources Investment Funds
U.S. African Development Foundation Feed the Future Grants Foster Job Growth and Food Security in Senegal

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