USAID Announces Expansion Of Partnerships With U.S. Universities To Address Global Agricultural Challenges, End Global Hunger

USAID: USAID Partners With U.S. Universities To Fight Global Hunger
“[On Wednesday], the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Mark Green announced the expansion of research partnerships with U.S. universities to develop and deploy solutions to address global agricultural challenges and help end hunger. USAID awarded $15 million to Mississippi State University to lead the new five-year Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Fish … USAID also awarded $13.6 million to Michigan State University to lead the new Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Legume Systems Research…” (9/12).

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