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Witnessing History in Southern Sudan

Juba, Sudan—One of the most inspiring and humbling parts of observing the referendum on southern Sudan’s self-determination was being in the room at a referendum center as votes were counted the night polling ended. At the center where I observed, Lologo Center in Juba, five Sudanese poll workers, five Sudanese domestic observers, and four USAID […]

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Administrator Shah Speaks to Faith-Based Leaders at White House Feed the Future Event

Partnerships with faith-based and other nonprofit organizations that will help make Feed the Future a success. Read more >>

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Leading Through Civilian Power

The first ever Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review helps make real the commitment to diplomacy. 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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Saving Seca – Protecting Victims of Trafficking

USAID joins the global community in condemning human trafficking and finding ways to stop traffickers and better assist victims. Read more >>

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From the Field

Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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Improving Government Services for Palestinians

Submitted by Jan Cartwright USAID is helping the Palestinian Authority (PA) provide its constituents with more effective, efficient, and responsive services through an initiative called the PA Capacity Enhancement (PACE) project. Watch this short video to see what a difference USAID-funded renovations to the Nablus and Hebron Licensing Bureaus and the Hebron Ministry of Interior Office of Civil Affairs have […]

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