For FY 2023, USDA anticipates awarding up to $224 million in new McGovern-Dole cooperative agreements. USDA has identified the following as priority countries for FY 2023: Cameroon, Haiti, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Sri Lanka, and Togo.
USDA Under Secretary Alexis Taylor and USTR Chief Agricultural Negotiator Doug McKalip met with Mexican officials regarding the presidential decree to phase out the use and importation of genetically engineered corn and other products.
FAS leads USDA’s efforts to help developing countries improve their agricultural systems and build their trade capacity. We also administer food assistance programs that not only help meet the nutritional needs of recipients around the world, but also support agricultural development and education to ensure long-term food security.
Through our market development programs and activities, FAS partners with the U.S. agricultural industry to cultivate global sales opportunities for the full spectrum of U.S. farm and food products, from bulk commodities to specialty foods. We also provide credit guarantees to facilitate overseas financing of U.S. export sales.
FAS works to create a global environment that’s conducive to agricultural trade. We partner with other federal agencies, foreign governments, international organizations, and U.S. stakeholders to knock down barriers, negotiate and enforce agreements, and establish international rules and standards that are transparent and predictable.
📑Errata Notice -- The January Livestock and Poultry: World Markets and Trade report was reposted today to correct totals in the Pork Production table and Pork Trade table. Global pork production for 2023 was also corrected. https://t.co/4JWvut8Awg
FAS Ag Attaché Robert Tuebner joined Sierra Leone Minister of Education David Sengeh & @CatholicRelief reps to celebrate the 5th cycle of the McGovern-Dole #FoodforEducation 🍲 project in 🇸🇱. Thanks to strong support & collaboration this phase will focus on sustainability & more. https://t.co/OpCerR4WSz