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Southern Sudan’s Wildlife Thrives

Staff from the Wildlife Conservation Society and Government of Southern Sudan Ministry of Wildlife Conservation and Tourism collar an adult male elephant with GPS satellite tag in Nimule Park in southern Sudan.  Photo Credit: Paul Elkan, WCS

Despite two decades of a brutal civil war, southern Sudan has become a thriving habitat for an amazing diversity of African wildlife. Read more >>

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Picture of the Week: Women Increasing Incomes in Guatemala

Women preparing vegetables at San Judas, Guatemala.

The San Judas company in Guatemala joins USAID’s Global Development Alliance program. Read more >>

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Haitian Farmers Seeing Sprouts of Success

Cherilien raised a potato into the sunlight for a gathering crowd of Haitian farmers and visitors to see. Cherilien explained that he normally produces 110 pounds of potatoes each year, but this year he produced 440 pounds. Cherilien disappeared into the group of farmers as another Haitian farmer, Marisette, chimed in, “We used to not […]

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Focus on Nutrition: Creating Inclusive Partnerships and Deepening our Knowledge

We have a remarkable opportunity to make a measurable impact on child hunger and malnutrition.

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Cultural Festival in Haiti Kicks Off USAID’s New Development Projects and Promotes Civic Pride

I witnessed many struggles in Haiti, but I also witnessed proud, hopeful Haitians working hard to overcome these challenges. Read more >>

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Calling All Shutterbugs

Frontlines

FrontLines will be holding a photo contest and wants to see your best images that showcase USAID development activities in action. Read more >>

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Millions Soap Up to Commemorate Global Handwashing Day

Children washing their hands in celebration of Global Handwashing Day. Photo Credit: USAID/Indonesia

In 2009, some 5.7 million people received improved access to safe drinking water and 1.3 million received improved access to sanitation. Read more >>

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A Development Outreach and Communication Specialist from the Field Visits Washington

Moussa Doumbia, a DOC from Mali visits the Washington headquarters of USAID. Photo Credit: Laura Rodriguez/USAID

Moussa Doumbia, from USAID Mali, visits the Washington headquarters of USAID. Read more >>

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Substations Enable Full-time Police Presence in Haiti

On a recent hot and sunny day in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a group of military personnel from U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), staff with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. Treasury went to Tabarre Isa camp armed with buckets of blue and white paint and paintbrushes. Their mission is  to work with camp […]

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Telling the USAID Story

Every day, USAID talks to the families around the world receiving our aid and who are recipients of our programs. Read more >>

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