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Meeting the Needs of Children and Adolescents Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence

In Swaziland, just before sunset, a young girl tests out a new seesaw on a playground built by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation at the Mkhulamini Clinic. Photo credit: Jon Hrusa, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

The stories of many young women’s courage epitomize the struggle to achieve an AIDS-free generation. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

This photo was taken in hard-hit Tacloban, where USAID, working with UNICEF, has helped repair the municipal water system. Photo credit:  IOM/J. Lowry

USAID news stories during week of November 18, 2013. Read more >>

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Fostering Leadership to Eliminate Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Nigeria

Keziah Samaila, coordinator of PMTCT in Township Clinic, Nigeria, training women on Family Planning and HIV. Photo: Lourdes de la Peza

More than 85,000 infants in Nigeria are at risk of HIV transmission from their mothers every year. Read more >>

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Working Together, Faster and Closer to Solve Development Challenges

Advances in science and technology can enable the brightest minds in higher education advance development. Read more >>

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Entrepreneurs Spur Sustainable Growth and Contribute to Development Outcomes

Development Innovation Ventures grantee Off-Grid: Electric's entrepreneurs are lighting up Tanzania through more reliable, affordable, and sustainable electrical services. Photo Credit: Matthieu Young

Entrepreneurs, both large and small, create jobs and spur sustainable growth that delivers benefits to people in the United States and around the world. Read more >>

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10 Years in the Making: Celebrating USAID’s Achievements Under PEPFAR

The Building Local Capacity Project has reached 57,223 orphans and vulnerable children (OCV) and caregivers with child health services in southern Africa. Photo credit: Management Sciences for Health

USAID is observing World AIDS Day this year by celebrating ten years of our HIV and AIDS work under PEPFAR. Read more >>

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A Global Effort to End Extreme Poverty

Alex Thier is Assistant to the Administrator for Policy, Planning, and Learning

For the first time in history – a world without extreme poverty is possible. Read more >>

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Access to Information = Access to Opportunity

Photo credit: USAID

In supporting Ukraine’s libraries, our expectation is that Microsoft technologies will help bridge a digital divide and make communities stronger. Read more >>

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Achieving Equity Through Women in Leadership

Mother and child at a health clinic in Ethiopia. Photo credit: USAID

Improved access and choice in family planning services gives women more opportunities for leadership roles. Read more >>

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Taking Action to Combat Climate Change

Panelists at UN’s climate change negotiations in Warsaw. From left to right: Andrew Steer, WRI, Kit Batten, Nancy Sutley, CEQ and Jonathan Pershing from DOE. Photo credit: Andrea Welsh, USAID

The United States is taking action to combat climate change. Read more >>

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