Accelerating Progress to End Global Hunger

bullet Last Updated: Jul 29, 2014
With a clear focus on fighting poverty, hunger and undernutrition, President Obama launched the global food security initiative called Feed the Future as one of the first foreign policy acts of his presidency. In just a few short years, Feed the Future is demonstrating progress.
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4 million hectares. 7 million farmers. 12.5 million children.

Feed the Future is already delivering meaningful results like these that, when taken to scale, can be truly transformative for millions of people around the world.

How are we doing it? By doing development differently.

Find out how our new approach is accelerating progress toward a world without hunger. 

Hunger isn’t hopeless. The world has mobilized behind a common mission to reduce hunger and poverty by boosting agricultural development. With continued focus and effort, we can go the distance and not just cut hunger in half, but end it—for good. 



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