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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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Woman cleaning fish in Zambia
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
How Locally Sourced Fish Powder Drives Women’s Empowerment and Nutrition in Zambia
Nutrition
Research
Biofortification: Better Beans and Sweet Potatoes to Combat Malnutrition in Uganda
Uganda
Nutrition
Private Sector Engagement
Feroza’s Farm Boosts Nutrition
Bangladesh
Honduran woman in a field of corn
Resilience
Fostering Resilience and Sustainability in Honduras
Honduras
Policy
USAID Announces New U.S. Government Global Food Security Strategy
Policy
USAID Signs First MOU Under the Minority-serving Institutions Partnership Initiative with Delaware State University to Promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in Food and Water Security
Research
USAID Counselor Chris Milligan Announces New Partnerships with Feed The Future Innovation Labs
Policy
Administrator Power Announces $5 Billion in Food Systems Investments to Combat Global Hunger and Malnutrition
Agriculture-Led Growth
How Mushroom Farming Became a Thriving Agribusiness in Nepal
Nepal
Resilience
Q&A: How Insurance Innovation Builds Resilience
Research
Resilience
How Solar-Powered Cold Storage Eliminates Food Loss and Bolsters Resilience
Agriculture-Led Growth
The Climate Crisis is Spurring a Global Shift Toward Conservation Agriculture

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