2021 World Food Prize laureate Shakuntala Thilsted is the first woman of Asian heritage to receive the prize, for her work on fish farming.
Greater prosperity and more food can come from simple things. Better seeds, a little credit and a road to market will empower rural women.
Some crops are genetically engineered to thrive in droughts and floods. Learn what they are and how they've adapted to climate change.
Did you know that some crops are genetically engineered to resist insects and tolerate herbicides? Learn how they mitigate climate change.
Learn about a teenage tech dynamo who is bringing coding to the children of farm workers in the "salad bowl of the world."
The United States supports cooperatives around the world. Learn more about the business model that gives workers access to tools and resources to succeed.
The U.S. government is helping organizations in Central America increase economic opportunities and create a brighter future.
Pollinators are under threat from diseases, pesticides and habitat loss. Download this poster and find out how you can protect them.
Bangladesh has lifted more than 25 million people out of poverty in the last 15 years. Learn how the United States continues to support the country.