Feed the Future Resources

GDAs are one of the primary vehicles by which USAID partners with the private sector.

A step-by-step guide that walks both public donors and private companies through the complex process of creating effective partnerships with the power to transform smallholder agriculture.

A website dedicated to helping the private sector engage smallholder farmers through competitive grants and knowledge exchange.

This updated report template (docx, 1.38 mb) provides guidance to USAID Missions on basic recommended content and analysis for final reports of the first interim assessment of Feed the Future zone of influence population-based indicators....

This Feed the Future zone of influence baseline report (pdf, 4.87mb) for Rwanda draws on data from primary and secondary sources to establish baseline values for tracking progress on a set of standard indicators in the geographic zone of influence. Visit the USAID website to...

Read the August 2015 newsletter, which focuses on partnership with civil society to drive agricultural growth.

Browse the sections below for answers to frequently asked questions related to Feed the Future's project naming and branding guidelines.OverviewFeed the Future Naming...

Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, and other U.S. Government efforts are contributing to significant progress against hunger and poverty in Africa. Download this fact sheet (pdf, 6.26 mb) to learn more. 

New data featured in the 2015 Feed the Future progress report summary suggest that Feed the Future and other U.S. Government-led efforts, in partnership with host country governments and other development partners, are contributing to substantial reductions in both poverty...

U.S. Government leadership to fight global hunger and improve food security, focused through President Obama's Feed the Future initiative, is helping farmers and their families flourish. New data indicate that successes realized by millions of farmers in communities across...

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