Feed the Future
This project is part of the U.S. Government's global hunger and food security initiative.
By 2050, Africa’s population will double, with one billion projected to be under 18 years old, and many other regions are experiencing similar trends. How can we harness the potential of this promising demographic to secure economic growth and stability? Global leaders, innovators, disruptors and...
To kick food safety month off, we're highlighting key resources and posts from the Agrilinks archive!
Food safety is an important public health concern globally and particularly in developing countries where food standards, principally within local/informal market systems, are more lax, resources are fewer, potential contaminants are abundant and human and financial capital ability are less. Food...
A diverse diet incorporating animal-source foods (ASF) is a component of the solution to persistent levels of malnutrition in rural poor households. ASFs provide high levels of protein and easily-digestible nutrients in the diet that plant-based foods cannot provide.
Foodborne disease is a global health burden, with 98 percent carried by poor countries. Most is due to consuming meat, milk, eggs, fish, fruit and vegetables, the foods with greatest potential to increase dietary diversity and fight under- and over-nutrition.
More than 1000 people have become ill and 180 have died in the largest recorded Listeria (Listeria monocytogenes ST6) outbreak in South Africa.
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The USAID Bureau for Food Security invited the World Council of Credit Unions to speak about their work to advance agricultural lending across their member network.
Learn about FSA’s model and lessons learned in agricultural finance and reflected on what might be applicable in the development context in a few key takeaways!
Advances in smart agriculture and agribusinesses will not only increase the overall resilience and survival rates for billions of people, they also offer the linked effects of increased nutrition, increased household incomes, increased food security and improved environmental systems.