Helping Africa’s small farmers access credit, improve yields
The One Acre Fund, a U.S. government partner, helps African farmers access fertilizer to increase profits and feed their families.
Helping Indonesian coffee growers thrive
Coffee farmers across Indonesia, especially women farmers, face challenges getting credit. Learn about some U.S.-backed programs that help.
African community leaders take home lessons from U.S.
The Community Engagement Exchange program provides emerging civil society leaders with the tools and resources they need to succeed.
A Zimbabwean farmer gets ahead with STEM mentoring
Meet a TechWomen alumna who sees the connection between small farms and the wider community needs of food and economic sufficiency.
A program for the world’s hungry
David Beasley, who leads the largest humanitarian organization on the planet, explains why feeding vulnerable people fights more than hunger.
Scientists in Africa working to end hunger
Meet four scientists in Africa involved in Feed the Future programs who are breaking barriers and sharing their discoveries to end hunger.
Helping to improve food security in Afghanistan
Learn about a USAID program that helps farmers across Afghanistan double their harvests by providing training and resources.
How climate change affects the food crisis
This installment in a series looks at how climate change is among factors driving the current global food crisis.
U.S. Feed the Future program expands in 8 African countries
Learn about Feed the Future, a U.S. government program to combat hunger, and which African countries are getting new agricultural support.