Nigerian stakeholders to review progress of the implementation of the U.S. Global Food Security Strategy (GFSS) in the country. Presentations were made by programs working on agricultural policy, livelihoods, nutrition, humanitarian assistance, emergency food aid and many others. The forum provided an opportunity for stakeholders to keep abreast with developments as well as make inputs towards the implementation of the GFSS in Nigeria. The United States, through its Global Food Security Act, consider it as part of its national interest, to promote global food security, resilience, and nutrition that are consistent with food security investment plans of beneficiary countries. This is achieved through programs, activities, and initiatives that (1) accelerate inclusive, agricultural-led economic growth that reduces global poverty, hunger, and malnutrition, particularly among women and children; (2) increase the productivity, incomes, and livelihoods of small-scale producers, especially women, by working across agricultural value chains, enhancing local capacity to manage agricultural resources effectively and expanding producer access to local and international markets.