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 2)

The draft Phase 2 Feed the Future Learning Agenda was open for public comment from September 12-28, 2018. We asked stakeholders to review this overview document and provide feedback through a survey form. The process is being used to gather your input on the learning questions themselves and also to identify ongoing or planned research or other evidence-generation efforts that may help answer the questions. The Feed the Future community is grateful for your contributions!

Through the Feed the Future Learning Agenda, we seek to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the Feed the Future initiative, in the short and long term, by generating, synthesizing, and communicating evidence related to key questions. Evidence from the Learning Agenda will inform the design of Feed the Future-related strategies, programs, projects, and activities. We will share the evidence generated from the Learning Agenda with other international development actors such as donors, implementers and beneficiaries to inform their work. The Learning Agenda will also serve to address requirements laid out in the Global Food Security Act (Section 8 (a)14) on sharing lessons learned from implementation of the Feed the Future initiative.

The Phase 2 Learning Agenda focuses efforts on the eight areas below. Each is outlined in more detail in the draft overview document.

  • Gender and women’s empowerment
  • Market systems
  • Policy systems
  • Nutrition
  • Risk and resilience
  • Youth
  • Water and WASH
  • Scaling technologies and practices

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Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market: Global Size, Trends, Competitive, Historical & Forecast Analysis, 2018-2024.” Increase in agricultural contribution and improvement of soil quality are key drivers for Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market.

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Global Agricultural Micronutrients Market Regional Analysis –

North America dominates the market with highest market share closely followed by Europe due to increasing modernization and shrinking of crop land. As the population base is increasing it led to the increase in the burden on the crop lands to produce more and more to fulfill the demands of the consumers. Asia Pacific is expected to grow rapidly over the forecast period due to the presence of developing economies which are dependent on agriculture such as India, Brazil, Argentina nd others. These countries contributes a specific amount in the gross domestic production of the country forinstance, As per IASRI (Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute) in India, agriculture, forestry and fisheries accounts for 17% of total GDP. All the above mentioned factors are expected to support the growth of agricultural micronutrients market over the forecast period.