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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.


Planting the Seeds To Feed the Future
Feed The Future Initiative In Tanzania: A Sustainable Agricultural And Food Security Approach
A Mother’s Bond: My Visit to an Ethiopian Therapeutic Feeding Camp
To the Congressional Hunger Caucus Briefing on The Famine Crisis in the Horn of Africa: U.S. Response and the Challenges Ahead
On the Ground in the Horn of Africa
From Emergency Aid to Economic Empowerment
Emphasis on Science and Research Guides Feed the Future Staffing
Avoiding Future Famines: We Have the Tools
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack's Remarks at the Symposium on Global Agriculture and Food Security
U.S. Announces New African Trade Capacity Building Initiative at AGOA Forum
USAID Participates in the 2011 AGOA Forum in Zambia
U.S. Announces Feed the Future “Borlaug 21st Century Leadership” Program

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