Feed the Future works to build a food-secure world for all. In the effort to end global hunger, poverty and malnutrition, we empower people, especially women, youth and marginalized groups, in ways that build healthy families, thriving communities and global stability that will last well into the future. And because COVID-19 disproportionately impacts vulnerable groups, now more than ever, it's important that we support them.
By helping them overcome barriers to accessing agricultural training and services, digital technology, credit, and land, we ensure everyone can capitalize on opportunities in agriculture and participate fully in society.
From cultivating indigenous women's leadership in cacao production to connecting young entrepreneurs to digital innovation to improve their businesses, the stories below illustrate how Feed the Future is opening more doors to transform food systems and create more equitable opportunities for everyone to build better futures.