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

Feed the Future Learning Agenda (Phase 1)

The first Feed the Future Learning Agenda was established in 2012 to frame how the U.S. Government initiative would learn from its global food security programming. Feed the Future developed a set of questions that we aimed to answer through evidence-based hypothesis-testing - via impact evaluations, performance evaluations, economic analysis, and policy analysis. The questions were structured into six areas of focus, or themes, listed in the table below. An evaluation synthesis and a series of impact evaluations showcase some of the high-level learning from this process.

Feed the Future is now entering a second phase, guided by the Global Food Security Strategy. Thus, we are developing a Phase 2 Feed the Future Learning Agenda to continue to frame and focus the lessons and evidence that emerge from Feed the Future's work. 

Phase 1 Learning Agenda Themes Bibliographies Lit Reviews
Improved Agricultural Productivity Anotated bibliography Literature review
Improved Research and Development Anotated bibliography Literature review
Expanded Markets, Value Chains and Increased Investment Anotated bibliography Literature review
Improved Nutrition and Dietary Quality Anotated bibliography Literature review
Improved Gender Integration and Women’s Empowerment Anotated bibliography Literature review
Improved Resilience of Vulnerable Populations Anotated bibliography Literature review

 

 

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