Feed the Future’s research continues to advance and scale a pipeline of innovations, tools and approaches designed to improve agriculture, food security, resilience and nutrition priorities in the face of complex, dynamic challenges around the world. Through unique partnerships with U.S. universities, we strengthen the capacity of research in our partner countries.
4 Women Scientists Breaking Down Barriers to End Hunger
This International Day of Women and Girls in Science — and every day — USAID champions women scientists who are making game-changing discoveries and overcoming… Read more
Satellite Data Bolsters Food Security and Climate Resilience in South Asia
Earth observation data supported Cyclone Amphan damage and loss assessment / Illustration Credit: Sudip Maharjan/ICIMOD) Satellites and digital technologies have improved how we… Read more
Harnessing Innovation in Ghana to Reduce Food Loss and Waste
Josephine Yeboah and her husband started a poultry farm with a clear vision: Be a leading producer of poultry eggs in Ghana. But initially, pests ravaged the corn feed for the Yeboahs’ animals, contributing to nearly 30 percent of lost food. In 2019, the Yeboahs began using ZeroFly® Hermetic Storage bags to store their feed. The bags were developed by the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for the Reduction of Post-Harvest Loss (PHLIL) in collaboration with private sector partner Vestergaard. Read More