The Global Food Security Program provides long-term, strategic guidance to policy makers on the economic, political, social, and climate-related causes of and responses to food insecurity around the world.
Humanitarian actors face unprecedented scale and frequency of climate shocks, making existing challenges harder to address. A new CSIS report analyzes the current crisis in the Horn of Africa and presents ideas on rethinking humanitarian assistance to chronic crises.
Report by Beza Tesfaye , Erol Yayboke , Anastasia Strouboulis , and Abigail Edwards — January 9, 2023
Critical Questions by Caitlin Welsh and Anita Kirschenbaum — December 16, 2022
Report by Ryan C. Berg , Henry Ziemer , and Michael Estopinan — December 7, 2022
Commentary by Conor M. Savoy — December 7, 2022
Agriculture in Wartime: Threats and Opportunities for Ukraine with Farmer Kees Huizinga, Agricultural Economist Antonina Broyaka, and USAID DAA Mark Simakovsky
Rural Livelihood Resilience: Keynote Address and Armchair Discussion with IFAD President Alvaro Lario
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After the UNFSS, How Should the United States Support Global Food Systems Transformation in Low-Income Countries?
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