U.S. Government Global Food Security Strategy 2022-2026
Feed the Future
Feed the Future is moving into a new phase, guided by the refreshed U.S. Government’s Global Food Security Strategy.
Developed by 12 U.S. Government agencies and departments, with the input of multi-sectoral partners, this strategy rises to the challenges of our current global context and presents an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach to combating the root causes of hunger, malnutrition and poverty for the next five years. The strategy reflects lessons learned from the first Global Food Security Strategy, as well as the latest evidence alongside insights from the communities Feed the Future works with, and charts a course for the U.S. Government and its partners to address current and emerging crises that threaten to undermine progress on global food security and nutrition and achieve a more food-secure future across the globe.
The refreshed whole-of-government Global Food Security Strategy is a robust response to today’s crises of COVID-19, conflict, inequity, and climate change. Our overarching goal and vision remains sustainably reducing global poverty, hunger, and malnutrition across Feed the Future’s three objectives: inclusive and sustainable agriculture-led economic growth, strengthened resilience among people, communities, countries and systems; and a well-nourished population, especially among women and children.
Of particular note, the updated strategy highlights five new or elevated priority areas of emphasis and action to position Feed the Future to successfully adjust and pivot in a constantly changing global landscape. The priority areas are: equity and inclusion; climate change; long-term COVID-19 impacts; strengthening food systems; and integration of conflict mitigation, peacebuilding and social cohesion.
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