Feed the Future
This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.
How can researchers work with the private sector to make sure that products both meet the real needs of farmers and are commercially viable in the market?
A new business supplying animal feeds to rural Niger is helping to overcome vast distances and other hurdles that constrain the productivity and incomes of goat and sheep farmers
We’re excited to announce the launch of ResilienceLinks, a new global knowledge platform for resilience practitioners.
Investing in sustainable, profitable, and gender-sensitive irrigation can help alleviate these threats, create greater climate resilience, and put millions of farmers on the path toward food and nutrition security.
CCAFS visited the climate-smart village of Cauca with Lighthouse Farm to learn how climate-smart agriculture has imapcted the community.
Shrubs that grow wild in West Africa could be key in boosting yield and giving farmers assurance that they can make a profitable crop, even in the drought-prone, food-insecure Sahel region.
An update on the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Peanut including their current accomplishments and future goals.
Soun is the first farmer in his village to use a mechanized tractor — now, he can add innovator to his list of titles as well.
Researchers in North Carolina have updated a risk assessment tool that empowers peanut farmers there to decide when a pest, weed or weather condition threatens yield enough to invest in fighting it.
How can researchers work with the private sector to make sure that products both meet the real needs of farmers and are commercially viable in the market?
A new business supplying animal feeds to rural Niger is helping to overcome vast distances and other hurdles that constrain the productivity and incomes of goat and sheep farmers
The Intra-African Agriculture Trade Improvement Scorecards reveal comparative performance on elements central to a functioning trade system.
We’re excited to announce the launch of ResilienceLinks, a new global knowledge platform for resilience practitioners.
One-year awards of up to $15,000 per research team (mentor and one or more graduate students and/or postdocs) are available.
Investing in sustainable, profitable, and gender-sensitive irrigation can help alleviate these threats, create greater climate resilience, and put millions of farmers on the path toward food and nutrition security.
CCAFS visited the climate-smart village of Cauca with Lighthouse Farm to learn how climate-smart agriculture has imapcted the community.
Shrubs that grow wild in West Africa could be key in boosting yield and giving farmers assurance that they can make a profitable crop, even in the drought-prone, food-insecure Sahel region.
The USAID funded Budikadidi project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is linking local needs to local solutions and building the foundation for a sustainable, resilient value chain that will flourish long after the project ends.