Promote Global Nutrition and Stronger Agricultural Infrastructures 

The Global Food Security Act, which was first introduced in 2008, prevents hunger by providing the U.S. government with a comprehensive strategy to fight hunger and malnutrition, promote nutrition among pregnant women and young children, build stronger agricultural infrastructures, and prioritize women smallholder farmers. The Global Food Security Act has been at work through a program called Feed the Future. Working with local partners, Feed the Future has helped prevent 3.4 million children from stunting and malnutrition, brought 5.2 million families out of hunger, and lifted 23.4 million people out of poverty globally. Recently, legislation was introduced in Congress to reauthorize these vital programs and build on the success of Feed the Future.

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