Discover how farmers and food professionals from Moldova, Brazil and Nigeria are strengthening their agricultural systems with U.S. innovations.
The U.S. has approved an edible cottonseed created by a Texas A&M University scientist who was a protégé of the "father of the green revolution."
Download a shareable graphic that shows how the U.S. is helping farmers in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras boost their crops and their incomes.
An international team of scientists may have found a way to turn modified rice seeds into a weapon against HIV/AIDS.
Learn how an American entrepreneur and a Vietnamese cacao grower are trying to put Vietnam on the chocolate map with the help of USAID.
The U.S. and India are training farmers and agricultural professionals in Africa and Asia in new farming practices that improve food security in their countries.
Young women in Afghanistan are learning how to code — and how to speak up on national issues. Students at Code to Inspire, a computer science program for girls, built a game to call out the Taliban's opium trade.
Scientists agree genetically engineered foods are safe to eat and help feed a growing world. Learn more about them.
Learn how an Albanian farmer got a second chance after the fall of communism through a USAID grant that helped him and other farmers increase production.