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Resilience

Feed the Future strengthens resilience to help families, communities and countries manage risk as well as adapt and respond to shocks and stresses without compromising their food security, nutrition, livelihoods and well-being. Feed the Future emphasizes support for marginalized and underrepresented groups like poor households, indigenous peoples, women, youth, persons with disabilities and those affected by migration and displacement. We invest in people and systems at all levels to strengthen resilience and propel transformative, sustainable change.

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Agriculture-Led Growth
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
Saving Lives While Generating Free Renewable Energy in Bangladesh
Bangladesh
A mother feeds her son milk produced by her family’s dairy cows
Resilience
Open for Business: How a Bangladeshi Business Created a Milk Market That Helps Dairy Farmers Weather the Pandemic
Bangladesh
Photo by Bobby Neptune for USAID
Resilience
How Kenya is Spotting and Stopping Drought Early in Remote Areas
Kenya
Man in depot
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
Going the Distance to Connect Mozambique’s Farmers
Farmer preparing her banana crop to be sold
Research
Resilience
Three Spooky Diseases Feed the Future is Fighting
Research
Resilience
Announcing the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Markets, Risk and Resilience
Resilience
Scaling Up Insurance to Withstand Adversity in Kenya
Kenya
Resilience
CSISA Helps Farmers Beat the Heat By Planting Crops Early in Bangladesh
Bangladesh
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Resilience
Women Overcome Drought with Crop Diversification
Private Sector Engagement
Resilience
5 Ways Feed the Future is Working with Businesses to Build Community Resilience
Honduras, Kenya, Nepal, Nigeria
Agriculture-Led Growth
Resilience
Farmer Supplies Seeds And Quality Agronomy Advice
Resilience
Growing Resilience with Sweet Potatoes in Nepal
Nepal

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