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Nutrition

Almost half of deaths for children under five years of age are attributed to malnutrition, and those children who survive have compromised cognitive and physical development. Feed the Future works with partners across the food and health system so families around the world have access to safe, affordable and nourishing diets. By investing in nutrition, Feed the Future is investing in a future where children survive, grow up to unlock their potential and become active contributors to their countries’ prosperity.

Stories about Nutrition

Photo of Kenyan farmer with crops
Private Sector Engagement
Nutrition
Policy
4 Ways the U.S. Government Is Responding to the Global Food Security Crisis
Agriculture-Led Growth
Nutrition
Enriching farms and food in sub-Saharan Africa
Kenya
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Wholesale Flour Business Uplifts Women and Elevates Nutrition in Tanzania
Nutrition
Championing Health and Nutrition Throughout Nigeria’s Fish Supply
Nigeria
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Administrator Power Announces $11 Billion to Combat Malnutrition and Safeguard the Lives of Women and Children
Woman cleaning fish in Zambia
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
How Locally Sourced Fish Powder Drives Women’s Empowerment and Nutrition in Zambia
Nutrition
Research
Biofortification: Better Beans and Sweet Potatoes to Combat Malnutrition in Uganda
Uganda
Nutrition
Private Sector Engagement
Feroza’s Farm Boosts Nutrition
Bangladesh
Nutrition
Along the Kenyan Coast, Practical Knowledge Drives Better Nutrition
Kenya
Nutrition
Promoting Good Health through Breakfast Porridge in Tanzania
Nutrition
Gender Equity, Equality and Women’s Empowerment
Promoting Gender Equality in Senegal through Food Processing
Senegal
biofortified maize
Nutrition
Ensuring Essential Nutrients Amid COVID-19 Through Biofortified Maize
Guatemala

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