Report Launch: Tracking Promises: Analyzing the Impact of Feed the Future Investments in Tanzania
Tanzania has received more Feed the Future funding than any other focus country in the world with a total of $327 million over the past five years. What has Tanzania gained from the increased investment of U.S. tax dollars to address hunger and poverty? Is it business as usual or is it development done differently?
Join the CSIS Global Food Security Project for the launch of its first country case study Tracking Promises: Analyzing the Impact of Feed the Future Investments in Tanzania. Members of the project travelled to Dar es Salaam, Arusha, and Morogoro to better understand the efficacy and sustainability of Feed the Future programs. The report highlights strengths, examines challenges, and presents concrete policy recommendations.
Deputy Chief Executive Officer,
SAGCOT Center, Ltd.
Deputy Director for Economic Growth,
U.S. Mission in Tanzania
Tanzania Horticultural Association
Obey Assery Nkya
Director of the Department of Coordination of Government Business,
Office of the Prime Minister,
Government of Tanzania
Director, CSIS Global Food Security Project
This event is made possible through the generous support of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.