Country Fact Sheets

Through emergency and development food assistance programs, USAID works to save lives and reduce food insecurity in times of crisis and situations of chronic food insecurity. USAID emergency food assistance includes both in-kind food aid and cash-based assistance in the form of local and regional procurement of food commodities, cash transfers, and food vouchers, where market conditions allow. Using a multi-sectoral approach, USAID addresses chronic food insecurity and poverty through activities such as agriculture, emergency preparedness, health, natural resource management, livelihoods, nutrition, and vulnerable group feeding, among others. 

Country Fact Sheets
To learn more about these programs, click on the individual country fact sheets listed below.

Afghanistan Malawi
Bangladesh Mali
Burkina Faso Mauritania
Burma Mozambique
Burundi Nepal
Cameroon Niger
Central African Republic Nigeria
Chad Pakistan
Colombia Republic of the Congo
Democratic Republic of the Congo Sierra Leone
Djibouti Somalia
Dominica South Sudan
Ecuador Sudan
Ethiopia Syria
Guatemala Tanzania
Haiti Uganda
Honduras Ukraine
Iraq West Bank and Gaza
Kenya Yemen
Liberia Zimbabwe
Madagascar  

 

Nutritional Support Programs
USAID also has small nutritional support programs in the following countries:

Armenia Nicaragua
Cameroon Niger
Dominican Republic Peru
El Salvador Philippines
Guatemala Syria 
Haiti Tajikistan
Honduras Uzbekistan
Kyrgyzstan Yemen

 

Last updated: November 17, 2017

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