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Video of the Week: Adapting to Melting Glaciers: A Partnership Approach

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Through the USAID-supported High Mountain Partnership, Peru and Nepal are addressing the impacts and risks of rapidly melting glaciers in high mountain areas. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

Administrator at at The George Washington University’s Feeding the Planet Summit, where he announced the Feed the Future Innovation Labs. Photo credit: Joslin Isaacson, HarvestPlus

USAID news highlights during week of October 28, 2013. Read more >>

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Celebrating USAID’s 52nd Anniversary

A child eats food delivered by USAID. Photo Credit: USAID

On November 1, we celebrate our 52nd birthday as an agency. Two years ago, we celebrated USAID turning 50. This year, we will take a look back at some of our progress and see how our programs will continue to advance in the coming years.

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Making it Easier for Small and Medium-size Enterprises to Do Business

Paige Alexander serves as assistant administrator for Europe and Eurasia

AA for Europe and Eurasia reflects on the progress made in implementing the reforms documented in the 2014 World Bank Doing Business report. Read more >>

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Liberian Radio Offers Creative Solutions to Rural Problems

Radio journalist Chester Dolo in Ganta, Northern Liberia. Photo credit: Nicholas J Parkinson

In rural Liberia, community radio stations are quickly becoming the simplest way to relay information to isolated communities. Read more >>

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What Does It Take to Get Contraceptives to Clients in Rural Nigeria?

DDIC truck delivering commodities at a rural health facility in Nigeria. Photo credit: USAID | DELIVER PROJECT

What does it take to get contraceptives to clients in rural Nigeria to promote safe motherhood and healthy families? Read more >>

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From the Field in Madagascar: USAID Food Security Program Improves Livelihoods

Philomène (4th from left) volunteered to keep the VSL association’s books
Photo credit: CARE International/Madagascar

As part of USAID’s 52nd birthday celebration, USAID/Madagascar shares a story of one woman who has benefited from a food security project.

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Housing Development Fuels New Hope for Haitian Families

A beneficiary prepares to move her belongings into her new USAID-funded house near Cabaret, Haiti, in September 2013. Photo credit: USAID

Many of whom lost houses, as a result of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, now have permanent homes thanks to a USAID partnership. Read more >>

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Empowering Africa’s Next Generation Through Education

Bonga, a recent graduate, discusses his time at the Academy. Photo credit: Caitlin Callahan, USAID

South African school develops the next generation of leaders. Read more >>

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