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USAID’s Frontlines – October 2010


Read the latest edition of USAID’s premier publication, FrontLines for these stories:

President Barack Obama calls international developmenta moral imperative and a key element in U.S. national security policy during a landmark United Nations speech

Tech innovators and grown-up science fair fans test drive innovative devices on the fast track to production and deployment in poor countries struggling with development challenges

After 60 years in Indonesia, USAID looks back at its successes and ahead to what is shaping up as a precedent-setting relationship between country and mission

Talk of microfinance and opening small businesses replaces talk of entrenched fighting in Iraq’s once notorious Falluja

A product that measures the size of a mothball is having an outsized impact on Bangladeshi rice farms – and the incomes of the rice farmers

Read these stories and more in the new issue of FrontLines. If you would like to automatically receive FrontLines every month, you can subscribe here.

Calling All Shutterbugs

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

Isabel Carpio Chami, a member of the Panama’s Emberá-Wounnan community, who is the lead tourism coordinator of a USAID-sponsored eco-tourism project in the Panama Canal Watershed. Photo credit: Fernando Alvarez, USAID

We want to see your most captivating shots. Think climate change, maternal health, water and sanitation, education, democracy, science and technology, disaster aid – no sector is off limits. Your photo should help illustrate why and how USAID is working in the world to extend a helping hand to people striving to make their lives better.

A panel of USAID employees will review all the entries and declare a winner. And the winning photograph will appear prominently in an upcoming issue of FrontLines.

Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind.

  • All photos must be submitted digitally, with .jpg files preferred. They must also be shot in high resolution, at least 300 dpi (dots per inch) or approximately 1 megabyte.
  • Include the date and location for the photograph as well as a brief description of what is happening in the image.
  • Any FrontLines reader can submit an image, including employees of NGOs and contractors.
  • One entry per person.
  • Have fun and be creative.

Send all entries to frontlines@usaid.gov with the subject: Photo Contest. Any questions about the contest should be sent to the same e-mail address. The deadline for entries is November 10. Good luck!

Have Your Say!

FrontLines loves to hear from our readers! To submit a letter to the editor e-mail frontlines@usaid.gov with the subject: Letter to the Editor.

Letters may be sent by regular mail to this address:

FrontLines
USAID
1300 Pennsylvania Ave,
Washington, DC 20523-7100
Room: 6.10.11

Please include your full name, address, and email. Letters should be 200 words or fewer, and all are subject

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