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Secretary Clinton Holds Town Hall Meeting at USAID on the QDDR

On Friday, Secretary Clinton and USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah spoke on the First Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review “Leading Through Civilian Power.” Read more >>

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Sudan Takes Another Step in Its Peace Process

USAID is assisting Sudan come to a peace agreement to adequately met the aspirations of their citizens. Read more >>

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From the Field

Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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When Lights Come Back on, New Asia Training Center Glows Green

USAID Assistant Administrator for Asia Nisha Desai Biswal and RDMA Mission Director Olivier Carduner cut the ribbon at the introduction ceremony for the new joint USAID-State Asia Regional Training Center, or ARTC, in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo Credit: Nipattra Sanguannuan/USAID

USAID Asia “walks the walk” as a green leader. Read more >>

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Solving Transportation Problems and Preventing AIDS Deaths in Lesotho

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about innovation for health? How about ponies? Read more >>

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USAID’s Strong Partnership with Israel Ensured Rapid Response During Disaster

The wildfires that ravaged large areas of Mount Carmel forest were halted with the help of local and international emergency teams. Read more >>

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Voter Registration for Referendum Completed in Sudan

As part of efforts to promote peace in Sudan, USAID is supporting a free and fair referendum process. Read more >>

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Microbicide Gel Offers Protection Against HIV Transmission

The results of the USAID and CAPRISA 004 trial are encouraging, and provide hope that women will soon have greater control over HIV prevention. Read more >>

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Receiving the 2010 Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Over 13,000 volunteers, 9,848 host organizations, and 103 countries have participated in the Farmer-to-Farmer program since 1986. Here’s an account of one of the volunteers honored. Read more >>

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From the Field

Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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