About Feed the Future

Feed the Future (FTF) is the primary U.S. Government vehicle for eradicating extreme poverty and hunger globally by 2033 under the leadership of USAID. FTF has an overarching objective of inclusive economic growth, particularly agricultural growth and rural development. Rutgers University—with support from USAID under Feed the Future—leads a multi-institutional consortium of researchers based in the U.S. and FTF countries to conduct a series of impact studies related to agricultural and food security policy. The Consortium, which was formed in late 2014, brings together leading experts in agricultural development policy and aspires to be a forum for independent and innovative research on policy analysis. The consortium is led by Drs. Carl E. Pray and Anwar Naseem in the Department of Agricultural, Food and Resource Economics at Rutgers University.

Further information on the consortium can be found by visiting http;//ru-ftf.rutgers.edu or by contacting either Drs. Pray or Naseem:

Dr. Carl E Pray, Distinguished Professor Agricultural
Food and Resource Economics Rutgers University
55 Dudley Rd, New Brunswick, NJ 08902, USA
Tel: +1 (848) 932-9121
pray@aesop.rutgers.edu

Dr. Anwar Naseem, Associate Research Professor Agricultural
Food and Resource Economics Rutgers University
55 Dudley Rd, New Brunswick, NJ 08902, USA
Tel: +1 (848) 932-9125
naseem@aesop.rutgers.edu