5 Ways USAID Invests In Agriculture, Food Security To End Hunger

USAID/Medium: 5 Ways USAID Is Helping to End World Hunger
Beth Dunford, assistant to the administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Food Security and deputy coordinator for development for Feed the Future, and Matthew Nims, acting director of USAID’s Office of Food for Peace, discuss five ways USAID is investing in agriculture and food security: “1. Improving agriculture to boost incomes … 2. Teaching shared responsibility for health and nutrition … 3. Empowering women in agriculture … 4. Managing natural resources and preparing for disasters … 5. Meeting immediate needs” (10/16).

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