The world today faces enormous challenges, including the threats of rapidly increasing instability, conflict, and migration as a result of inadequate food supplies and water scarcity.
This report calls on the United States to use the power of the agriculture and food sector to reduce the reality and risks of malnutrition globally.
This report urges the US government focus its global food security strategy on science, increasing trade flows for agriculture and food, and incentivizing greater business activity in low-income countries.
This report examines how policy changes have contributed to U.S. leadership in improving global food security.
This report documents the degree to which the Administration and Congress have made progress in achieving the changes in US government policy that were recommended in 2009.
Recommendations for how the Obama administration and Congress can restore America’s leadership in the fight against global hunger and poverty.