2016 Progress Report


Discover how the President's Feed the Future initiative is improving food security and nutrition around the world.

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Taroni Kanto Shikari

BANGLADESH

Farmer

A few years ago, Taroni enrolled in a Feed the Future training opportunity, where he learned how to apply good agricultural techniques to his rice farm. The results have been life changing for his family. Today, Taroni is producing twice as much rice as before and growing more vegetables, using the additional income to send his daughter to school.

Dina Bila Dominguez Sanchez

HONDURAS

Baker/Business Owner

Dina sells homemade bread in a small roadside stand. With Feed the Future’s help, she’s growing her business and making enough income to send her children to school.

Glory Mhalu

TANZANIA

Master's Student

Glory has always loved working with mothers and babies. Feed the Future supports her as she researches and develops new ways for mothers to effectively improve their young children’s nutrition.

This chart shows reductions in poverty in countries where Feed the Future works. For detailed data, please download a copy of the full progress report.

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.)

This chart shows reductions in child stunting in countries where Feed the Future works. For detailed data, please download a copy of the full progress report.

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.)

This chart shows new sales of select agricultural products for Feed the Future-supported farmers and food producers are going up. For detailed data, please download a copy of the full progress report.

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)

Feed the Future Through the Years


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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:

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