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Private Sector Engagement

Feed the Future works hand-in-hand with the private sector to design, create and finance solutions that reduce poverty, fight hunger and improve nutrition across the globe. Our private sector partners are thought leaders who help increase country and market capacities, drive inclusive economic growth and achieve more sustainable outcomes at scale. By collaborating with the private sector, Feed the Future helps entrepreneurs, especially small-to-medium enterprises and local business owners, generate income and opportunity in their communities.

Stories about Private Sector Engagement

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
Policy
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
Q&A with DFC Chief Development Officer Andrew Herscowitz: How the U.S. government's development finance arm helps communities respond to crises and conflict
Private Sector Engagement
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Brewing Opportunity and Empowerment for Farmers in Honduras
Honduras
Nutrition
Private Sector Engagement
Feroza’s Farm Boosts Nutrition
Bangladesh
Agriculture-Led Growth
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
Saving Lives While Generating Free Renewable Energy in Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Agriculture-Led Growth
Private Sector Engagement
Without Public-Private Partnerships, Your Morning Cup of Coffee Might Not Exist
Agriculture-Led Growth
Private Sector Engagement
Compost Solutions for Coffee in the Peruvian Amazon
seaweed farming
Private Sector Engagement
Success Through Seaweed in Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Private Sector Engagement
Research
Closing Gaps Through Animation to Build Food Security
Private Sector Engagement
Research
Milk Innovations Expand Business Opportunities in Kenya
Kenya
Nepali woman demonstrating machinery
Private Sector Engagement
From Manual to Mechanical: Modern Agricultural Technology Empowers Nepali Farmers
Nepal
Man in depot
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
Going the Distance to Connect Mozambique’s Farmers

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