The U.S. is providing new aid to address the global food crisis and working with partners to strengthen crops and soils to meet future demand.
Learn how U.S. aid agencies and the United Nations are ensuring that Zambia's children receive the food and education they need to succeed.
Nearly 840 million people do not have regular access to adequate food around the world. The World Food Programme is tackling the problem.
The One Acre Fund, a U.S. government partner, helps African farmers access fertilizer to increase profits and feed their families.
USAID is training farmers and taking other steps to increase food security worldwide, focusing on countries hard hit by the climate crisis.
U.S. women farmers are growing more organic crops and selling their locally produced products to consumers in their communities.
Meet the mother and daughter whose vegan restaurant in Boston is bringing traditional Egyptian cooking to the United States.
This installment in a series looks at how global conflict is among factors driving the global food crisis.
The United States and its allies are committed to addressing the food crisis and are calling upon other nations to increase support.