Food producers applied new technologies and practices to boost harvests in 2015.
Micro- to medium-sized enterprises secured loans in 2015 to grow their businesses.
Young children reached with help to improve their nutrition in 2015.
Hectares of farms, fisheries and pastures tended with better tools and practices in 2015.
New agricultural sales achieved by Feed the Future-supported producers in 2015.
People trained in child health and nutrition through U.S. Government programs in 2015.
Taroni Kanto Shikari
Dina Bila Dominguez Sanchez
Contributing to a Prosperous Future
New data show poverty is dropping in many of the target areas where Feed the Future works.
(Source: Interim Indicator Assessment. Numbers have been rounded.)
Helping Grow a Healthier Future
New data show child stunting is on the decline in many areas where Feed the Future and partners focus efforts.
(Source: Interim Indicator Assessment. Numbers have been rounded. *Kenya's reduction represents part of the Feed the Future target area in that country.)
Helping Improve Livelihoods
Sales of select agricultural products are increasing among Feed the Future-supported producers, giving them more income for things like food, medicine and education.
(Source: Annual Reporting Data in FTFMS)
Led by the U.S. Agency for International Development, Feed the Future draws on the resources and expertise of 10 other U.S. Government partners to pioneer a comprehensive approach to end hunger and drive real change at a large scale.
To see how these agencies contributed: