Agricultural & Food Security

Building market systems that improve productivity, incomes, and nutrition.

​​​​At Phantom, we are committed to working together to find and execute innovative projects that produce development impact. That’s why we build strategic partnerships that support agricultural development, food security, and economic growth. As a result, local communities can improve resiliency, boost incomes, and improve nutrition. Our projects focus on food security for vulnerable populations, ensure improved smallholder farmers’ resources, and provide stable access to nutritious food. Our achievements are rooted in technical and innovative approaches.


New Research & Development Pipelines

We understand that the foods we eat are part of a connected global chain of production and distribution that impacts our health, the environment, and economies. Our mission is to develop sustainable agriculture driving economic engines, an environmentally sound enterprise, and an essential contributor to human health and welfare.

Agricultural Innovation

We help the food and agriculture sectors develop strategies that bring new products to market. By advancing new research and development pipelines, we work with local governments and farmers to develop the technology necessary to sustain food security.

Food Security & Nutrition

Advancing global food systems to improve food security and drive sustainable economic growth is one of our core areas of expertise. We work with local partners to empower all market actors, improve access to markets and finance, reduce undernutrition, and strengthen resilience to market stresses and environmental challenges.

Market Stability

In the global fight to end hunger, expanding agricultural production and productivity is only one piece of the puzzle. Ensuring agricultural commodities' market systems effective and equitable is also essential to address this global need.


Approximately 11.3% of the world’s population is hungry.


Nearly 98% of worldwide hunger exists in underdeveloped countries.


From 2018 to 2019, the number of undernourished grew by ten million.


Sixty percent of the world’s hungry are women and girls.