About Feed the Future

We believe global hunger is solvable. Feed the Future is working to solve it through partnerships and innovation. Our model was born from an understanding that business as usual was not going to create the sustainable, long-term change needed to end chronic hunger and poverty. So, we forged a new approach. We bring together partners from across sectors and the U.S. Government to use each of our unique skills and insights in a targeted, coordinated way to help countries that are ripe for transformation change the way their food systems work.
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$60,183,876
To Date
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81
Funded Innovations
31
Funded Deals
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145,300
Lives Impacted
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Where we work
Guatemala
Ghana
Ethiopia
Bangladesh
Senegal
Nigeria
Niger
Nepal
Mali
Kenya
Honduras
Uganda
Focus Areas
Nutrition
Agriculture

Funding History

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Connected Innovations

NEWS
Nov 2018
Sweet potato leaves for human nutrition
  1. FOCUS AREASNutrition, Social and Behavior Change and Climate Change and Resilience
  2. IMPLEMENTED INEthiopia
  1. In the News
  2. Has been mentioned in the news Trying leafy greens from a sweet potato plant by University of California, Davis and U.S. Agency for International Development as part of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture, Feed the Future and Bureau of Food Security
recognition
Oct 2018
Sweet potato leaves for human nutrition
  1. FOCUS AREASNutrition, Social and Behavior Change and Climate Change and Resilience
  2. IMPLEMENTED INEthiopia
  1. RecognitionPENDING
  2. Was recognized as "Winner of Agrilinks' Young Scholars Blog Contest" by University of California, Davis and U.S. Agency for International Development as part of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Horticulture, Feed the Future and Bureau of Food Security