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Kabul National Cricket Stadium Gets a New Look

Funded by USAID, renovating a cricket stadium will provide short-term employment for unemployed Afghans. Read more >>

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Bread for the World Applauds New Bureau of Food Security

The Bureau of Food Security is an expression of the bold and forward-thinking developments at USAID. Read more >>

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USAID Supports Innovative “Survive” Partnership To Reduce Breast And Cervical Cancers In The Republic Of Georgia

A young woman and her daughter attend the ‘Race for the Cure’ in Georgia. Photo Credit: USAID/Georgia

In the Republic of Georgia, breast cancer is the single leading underlying cause of death for women aged 15-49. Read more >>

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USAID Commends Major Advance in HIV Prevention Research

In line with President Obama’s Global Health Initiative, USAID is committed to focusing on the needs of women and girls in its health programming worldwide. Read more >>

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From the Field

Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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Up Close and Personal With Our Global Health

A whole-of-government effort encourages a more integrated approach to global health, ultimately saving more lives. Read more >>

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Pic of the Week: Afghan Boy Sits in Sunshine

A Hazara Afghan boy sits in the sunshine in Bamiyan. Bamiyan, some 124 miles northwest of Kabul, stands in a deep green and lush valley stretching 100 kilometers through central Afghanistan, on the former Silk Road which once linked China with Central Asia and beyond. The town was home to nearly 2,000-year-old Buddha statues before they were destroyed by the Taliban, months before their regime was toppled in a US-led invasion in late 2001. Credit: AFP Photo/Shah Marai

A Hazara Afghan boy sits in the sunshine in Bamiyan. Read more >>

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50 Weeks to 50 Years at USAID – Week 1: Presidential Development Visionaries

In September, President Obama unveiled his Global Development Policy, which for the first time elevates international development as a core pillar of U.S. foreign policy. Read more >>

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Democratic Republic of Congo Joins Malaria Initiative

By expanding women’s access to care and incorporating women’s perspectives into health systems, global health initiatives will improve the lives of women and their families. Read more >>

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U.S.-India Collaboration: Unlocking Opportunities in Agribusiness and Improving Lives

The United States and India are collaborating on innovations to promote global food security. Read more >>

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