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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.


Engaging Universities to Address the Global Food Security Challenge
Making Progress in the Fight Against Hunger: World Food Day 2011
Our National Security Depends on Feeding a Growing World
For the Hungry, Raising Awareness = Action. We are the Relief.
USAID FrontLines: Focus on Global Food Security
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack: How to Avoid a Global Food Crisis
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's Remarks on the Food Crisis in the Horn of Africa
Women and Agriculture: A Conversation on Improving Global Food Security
New Agriculture Center to Train Thousands of Haitian Farmers
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's remarks at the Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome
USAID Administrator Talks About "The True Yields of Food Security"
Remarks by Under Secretary for International Affairs Lael Brainard on Global Agriculture and Food Security

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