Thank You From Feed the Future
We at Feed the Future believe that global hunger is one of the greatest challenges and opportunities of our time. But we can’t tackle it alone. We rely on our partners from across sectors and the U.S. Government to bring unique skills, insights and resources to help countries change the way their food systems work. And we couldn’t be more grateful for their work, collaboration and dedication to ending food insecurity around the world.

S ince Feed the Future began, our partnerships have help ed:

23.4 million more people live above the poverty line (estimate)

Develop and deploy 900+ innovations for food security and nutrition

Unlock $3.3 billion in agricultural and rural loans

This is lasting impact we can all be proud of. These results would not have happened if it weren’t for our partners writing strategies, developing solutions, providing support, conducting research, training farmers and herders, unlocking finance, enabling markets, building resilience and much, much more all around the world.

This holiday season, we are taking time to express our gratitude and appreciation for all of our Feed the Future partners. We know we can #endhunger by continuing to grow and develop partnerships across the initiative.

Thank you for working with us.
New Resource!
Feed the Future is excited to release its first ever Teacher Toolkit ! This toolkit is designed to help teachers introduce the topics of food security, global hunger, nutrition and agriculture into their curriculum. It provides tools and resources to inspire middle and high school students to learn more about these issues and how they can explore solutions within their own schools and communities.
And in other news...
Share what you are grateful for to #endhunger by filling out this digital card and sharing it on social media.

Pass the leaves, please!
Potatoes may be on your table for Thanksgiving, but did you know that the leaves of the sweet potato plant can be eaten as a leafy green vegetable? This holiday season, Feed the Future's Innovation Lab for Horticulture can teach you how to cook sweet potato leaves as a tasty vegetable and how this mighty green is boosting farming families' nutrition.
Feed the Future is the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative.