Feed the Future
This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.

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We are actively populating the site with content that we think you would like to see and expect to feature agricultural productivity, gender and ICT4D in the Fall as part of our monthly theme collection. In the last three months, we have featured aquaculture, nutrition, and markets. Now, we want to...
Smallholder farmers are often the most vulnerable to climate variations as they often lack the resources to manage climate events. The increasing frequency in droughts and floods, and variation in temperatures and rainfall patterns threatens gains in productivity. Often single incidents of droughts...
The Feed the Future-funded USAID/Rwanda Private Sector-Driven Agricultural Growth (PSDAG) project is charged with increasing smallholder incomes by supporting the Government of Rwanda to achieve its Vision 2020 aim of “transforming agriculture into a market-oriented, competitive, and high-value...
The livestream will take place from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm EDT. Please email questions for the speakers or BIFAD to mvarner@aplu.org To comment or ask questions on Twitter, please tweet using the hashtag #BIFAD. BIFAD Public Meeting Agenda Dr. Glauber's Presentation Feedback Comment Cards
Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation's newest funding opportunity is now live! It is for promoting inclusive markets through private sector Investments in Mozambique. Below is all the information and you can access the complete request for applications along with application forms here ...
Tune in at 9:00 am to watch the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development Public Meeting Resilience Measurement and Analysis.
Tune in at 9:00 am to watch the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development Public Meeting Building an Evidence Base on Rural Youth Employment and Livelihoods.
Join us on April 26, 2018, from 12pm to 1pm EDT, as a panel of experts from the 2018 Cracking the Nut conference discuss the uptake of new technologies for agriculture and access to finance to promote resilience. Visit the event page for the list of experts and some of our planned discussion...
Pleased to see this new work by Dr. Nathalie Me-Nsope , a great colleague and a former Cultural Practice consultant. We couldn’t agree more - gender relations shape the adoption of new agricultural technologies. Agricultural innovators would do well to apply gender analysis to make sure both men...
I am referring to your “September theme: Research for agricultural productivity by looking at the various ways researchers, practitioners and other stakeholders are working together to drive productivity gains – a critical food security goal” and I don’t understand why you still believe that...