Food Security Experts Examine Tanzania’s Experiences, Successes With U.S. Feed The Future Initiative

Devex: Want to understand the promises and limits of Feed the Future? Look to Tanzania.
“Tanzania has received more funding from Feed the Future, the U.S. government’s global hunger and food security program, than any of the initiative’s 18 other focus countries — $330 million so far. As East African countries grapple with El Niño’s impacts on food systems, food security experts are looking to the East African development partner’s experience to find lessons that can shape the future of a key initiative in the Obama administration’s development legacy…” (Cheney, 4/14).

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