Feed the Future
This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.
Sometimes, market systems inhibit productivity growth and depress livelihoods. Sometimes, there is too much market access for too many kinds of business, so too little is done to tackle problems of stagnant productivity and declining incomes for poor producers.
The FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture has released its report on The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture .
Recent research by ODI CPAN, commissioned by the USAID Center for Resilience, investigated the resilience of households above the poverty line in Uganda and the Philippines. The research aimed to isolate the extent to which being “near-poor” makes households vulnerable to falling into poverty in...
The Food Safey Network (FSN) is seeking input on how to prioritize research on animal health issues in Feed the Future target countries. Please share your views by completing this survey by Friday, March 29.
On International Women's Day, learn how Feed the Future programming is reaching, benefiting and empowering women.
For this International Women’s Day, we see the promises and pitfalls of technology through the eyes of three Ethiopian women.
In Senegal, a community-based approach to zoonotic diseases links the health and livestock sectors.
In Niger, two destructive pests, the pearl millet head miner and the pearl millet stem borer, can cause up to 85 percent yield loss of millet -- a deadly problem in a food-insecure country where millet is the most important staple crop. To fight the pearl millet head miner, the IPM Innovation Lab,...
Is your organization creating a learning culture ? Are you collaborating with local partners to build self-reliance ? Do you pause and reflect to inform programmatic adaptations? Have you integrated evaluation recommendations ? If so, we want to hear about it, and other ways you're collaborating,...
Inclusive and sustainable agricultural-led growth requires overcoming systemic barriers that have disadvantaged women, who are estimated to be 40 percent of the agricultural labor force in developing countries. If women had the same access to productive resources as men, they could increase their...
Trusting in the power of local talent and ownership, the Feed the Future Senegal Naatal Mbay project has engaged, empowered and strengthened digital SMEs in Senegal.
Sometimes, market systems inhibit productivity growth and depress livelihoods. Sometimes, there is too much market access for too many kinds of business, so too little is done to tackle problems of stagnant productivity and declining incomes for poor producers.
The FAO Commission on Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture has released its report on The State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture .
Research and project evaluations frequently cite access to greater quantities and higher quality of feed as limiting factors to livestock production levels worldwide. Pasture grazing has been the traditional approach to livestock rearing, but land use has begun to shift.
The Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Assets and Market Access has just launched a new project in partnership with the Ghana Agricultural Insurance Pool (GAIP) to improve the quality of agricultural index insurance available to the nation’s small-scale farmers.
Recent research by ODI CPAN, commissioned by the USAID Center for Resilience, investigated the resilience of households above the poverty line in Uganda and the Philippines. The research aimed to isolate the extent to which being “near-poor” makes households vulnerable to falling into poverty in...
The Food Safey Network (FSN) is seeking input on how to prioritize research on animal health issues in Feed the Future target countries. Please share your views by completing this survey by Friday, March 29.
On International Women's Day, learn how Feed the Future programming is reaching, benefiting and empowering women.
For this International Women’s Day, we see the promises and pitfalls of technology through the eyes of three Ethiopian women.
In Senegal, a community-based approach to zoonotic diseases links the health and livestock sectors.