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“Being LGBT” in Asia

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USAID’s “Being LGBT in Asia” initiative has just released its eighth series of comprehensive country reports. They examine the LGBT experience across Asia, highlighting the various stages of social acceptance, tolerance and challenges that LGBT people experience across the continent.

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You Can’t Save Lives if you Don’t Fight Pneumonia

MCHIP immunization work in India.

Achieving Millennium Development Goal 4 – to reduce child mortality by two-thirds by 2015 – will not be realized without better addressing pneumonia, the leading killer in children under 5.

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Assistance Supports Dignity for Syrian Refugees, Markets for Jordan

Ambassador Lane observes the process of registering refugees to enable them to receive food vouchers

Despite a strong desire to help, Jordanians are understandably concerned about the resources required to support their needs.

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Moldova at a Crossroad

USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator Jonathan Katz (left) shakes hands with Iurie Ciocan, the head of Moldova’s Central Election Committee.

USAID is committed to supporting Moldova’s EU integration path in the face of ongoing pressure.

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Livestock Production: Empowering Women in Ethiopia

Yeshi, a professional milkmaid, milks cows for households throughout Bishoftu twice a day—early in the morning and again at night. / CNFA

Through livestock and agricultural training, USAID is helping women farmers in Ethiopia take on leadership roles in their communities.

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2014: A Year of Food Assistance

Food distribution in South Sudan. / World Food Program

Over the past year, USAID has responded to several large-scale humanitarian crises using new and innovative approaches to food assistance.

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Announcing USAID’s Open Data Policy

AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY

USAID has just released its first ever open data policy. We want you engaged in the process!

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An Outsized Problem with a Small-sized Solution

A child eats his ready-to-use therapeutic food to treat his malnutrition. / USAID, Katie McKenna

In the small country of Burundi, malnutrition is an elephant-sized problem, and has remained stubbornly high across the population. See how USAID is changing that with a new food product.

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Standing with Civil Society

Photo of woman with ink on finger

Larry Garber highlights the importance of civil society and the need for USAID to ensure that, when it comes to civil society, our financial investments are met by our political commitments.

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Reducing Disaster Risk for All Generations

Vietnam Red Cross and local volunteers organize an evacuation of older community members during a flood simulation drill. / Brian Heidel, USAID

This year’s International Day for Disaster Reduction emphasizes the need to ensure that disaster planning and mitigation efforts are inclusive of all people, particularly the aging population. The day also recognizes the experience and knowledge that the aging population can bring to disaster preparedness–showing that all generations can learn from one another by working together before disasters strike to reduce risk and increase resilience.

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