Farmer-to-Farmer, F2F, was created in the 1984 Farm Bill to increase technical capacity and food security. U.S. Volunteers with expertise in the agriculture sector deliver life-changing, hands-on training, and provide recommendations to farmers, cooperatives, institutions, and agribusinesses in developing and transitional countries worldwide. Since 1985 over 16,000 U.S. volunteer assignments have been completed in over 110 countries. Aligned with the USAID Feed the Future initiative, the last five-year program leveraged over $31 million worth of volunteer time to raise annual incomes of volunteer locations by $132 million.