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Greener Pastures in Crimea’s Future

USAID will utilize the existing Soviet-era pump facility (background) in Pervimaysky to irrigate farm fields for a rural community of 300 persons. Photo credit: Jason Gilpin, USAID

USAID is successfully demonstrating that with transparent planning, modest investment and strong community support, infrastructure improvements can be made to bring reliable water service to residents in small communities in Crimea. Read more >>

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Strengthening the Capacity of Philippine Civil Society Organizations through USAID Forward

Marissa Camacho is the chief of party of the USAID Strengthening the Capacity of Philippine Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Project. Photo credit: Ayala Foundation

Marissa Camacho of the USAID Strengthening the Capacity of Philippine Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) Project reflects on USAID Forward. Read more >>

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Salma Hayek Pinault Presents CHAMPION Project with Award

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Actress and Avon Foundation for Women Ambassador, Salma Hayek Pinault, recently presented the USAID-funded CHAMPION project in Tanzania. Read more >>

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USAID in the Middle East: Using Data to Improve Regional Water Management (Part 1)

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Few places are drier than the Middle East and North Africa. Host to 5 percent of the world’s population, the region has only 1 percent of the world’s renewable fresh water.

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How a New USAID Was Born

David Eckerson serves as Counselor at USAID

Counselor David Eckerson reflects on USAID’s Forward Progress Report and the Agency’s successes and challenges over the last three years. Read more >>

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Asking the Right Research Questions to Achieve Global Health Goals

A thriving Ethiopian child. Photo credit: Nazo Kureshy

USAID Global Health is engaged with 30 research partnerships in 23 countries to solve challenges in the implementation and scale-up of high impact maternal, newborn, and child health interventions. Read more >>

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USAID Answers President’s Call to End Extreme Poverty

A Year in Review: USAID's 2013 Annual Letter. Photo credit: USAID

In its third annual letter, Administrator Shah shares the work USAID does around the world to help answer President Obama’s call to end extreme poverty. Read more >>

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Fields of Hope in Burkina Faso

Women in Kofogou repairing a dike. Photo credit: USAID

Green fields in Burkina Faso are bringing hope to thousands of families, even during the dry season. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

USAID celebrates International Women's Day. Photo credit: USAID

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of March 11, 2013. Read more >>

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Why Institution Building in the West Bank is Critical for a Palestinian State

Mara Rudman serves as assistant administrator for the Middle East.

Mara Rudman, AA for Middle East, recently spoke on a panel about U.S. support to Palestinian institution building at the 2013 American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference. Read more >>

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