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Feed the Future is leveraging its food security and nutrition programs and partnerships on the ground to help vulnerable communities respond to COVID-19, stop the health crisis from becoming a food crisis, and speed recovery. These are some of their stories (PDF, 930 KB).
Learn more about our efforts and guidance on responding to and mitigating COVID-19’s impact on food security and nutrition.
Check out our April 2020 newsletter to learn more about how Feed the Future works in partnership with country governments and local public and private sector partners to build stable, resilient and more self-reliant countries.
For communities already experiencing poverty and hunger, COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting lives by posing fundamental threats to how people will provide for themselves and feed their families. Feed the Future is not only staying the course by ensuring its vital programs continue, but also rising to new challenges by adapting…
The Feed the Future West Africa Regional Plan covering 2019-2024 presents a five-year strategy for West Africa to achieve the initiative's goal of reducing poverty, hunger and malnutrition. This plan reflects an evidence-based, integrated, interagency and regional approach to pursuing the three objectives of sustainable agriculture-led growth, resilience, and nutrition…
Feed the Future monitors its performance through periodic assessments of a number of standardized indicators, reflecting data collected through population-based surveys in the Feed the Future zones of influence (ZOIs). This document reports the results of the first interim assessment of Feed the Future’s population-based indicators for the ZOI in…
Explore our March 2020 Women’s History Month newsletter to learn how Feed the Future empowers women to help reduce poverty, hunger and malnutrition.
Check out the February 2020 newsletter to learn more about how we partner to create lasting impact in the communities and countries in which we work.
Read the January 2020 newsletter for our latest stories that inspire us to continue tackling chronic hunger and poverty.
Read about our impactful work and highlights from the past year in the 2019 Year in Review newsletter.