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Emiliano Dominguez Gonzalez displays recently harvested strawberries in Honduras.
Blog
January 8, 2015 | U.S. Department of State DipNote
In 2014, the U.S. Government and its partners continued to build on Feed the Future's early success to drive real change on a large scale. Read on for highlights on how we're sustaining progress toward the goal of ending hunger in our lifetimes.
Blog
January 30, 2015 | Blog
We have quite a few more yards to go in the global effort to end hunger, but for the first time in history, the end zone is within our reach.
Field Story
January 29, 2015 | Newsletter
For the first time, thousands of smallholder farmers in Tanzania are producing and selling high-quality avocados to large markets throughout Europe.
Blog
January 29, 2015 | Blog
Feed the Future catches up with Salif Romano Niang to hear about his company’s progress since 2013 and how he envisions the private sector continuing to advance food security in Mali.
Field Story
January 29, 2015 | Newsletter
Hydroponic farming is a new concept to Kenyan smallholder farmers, who are taking it up as they come to recognize its affordability and suitability for small-scale farming.
Field Story
January 29, 2015 | Newsletter
When Peter Nieuwoudt first started his company, he drove around Zambia in his truck searching for farmers to be part of Jungle Beat’s grower network, pitching a tent in any village he found himself in when the sun went down. Today, Jungle Beat buys groundnuts from 11,000 smallholder farmers.
Field Story
January 29, 2015 | Newsletter
Peanut farmers in the Peasant’s Association of Savanne Longue in Haiti had a very productive 2014 growing season. In part, this was the culmination of years of collaboration between an array of government, university, civil society, and private sector partners on food security.
Field Story
January 29, 2015 | Newsletter
With help from a Feed the Future project in Cambodia, the Papaya Trading Company, headed by Chiv Vanndy, has seen drip irrigation sales skyrocket by 85 percent over the past three years.