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U.S.-India People to People Conference: Building the Foundation for a Strong Partnership

Ahead of President Obama’s visit to India, the U.S.-India People to People Conference will highlight the crucial role of Indian-Americans in the U.S.-India relationship. Read more >>

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From the Field

An update from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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Ethiopia Partners with the U.S. to Put Girls’ Education First

US Ambassador Donald Booth, USAID Ethiopia Mission Director Thomas Staal, First Lady Azeb Mesfin, and Minister of Education Demeke Mekonnen (in pictures taking tea post event); Behind Director Staal in some photos is USAID's Education Office Chief Allyson Wainer.

USAID partners with FreAddis to improve education in Ethipia, with assistance from the Ministry of Education. Read more >>

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Don’t Miss USAID’s Pakistan Open Houses in New York City, Los Angeles, and Houston!

Come participate in one of USAID Pakistan’s Open Houses in New York City, Los Angeles, and Houston this October. Read more >>

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4 People Who Can Change Ghana

submitted by Amanda Parsons Henry Adobor Aceritas will start raising Boer goats for the local market. Tenu Awoonor is going to build Student Card Limited, a company designed to provide cashless payments for school fees and student lunches with the use of a multifunctional identification card. Paul Ansah’s ANSA Systems Limited will work to provide […]

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USAID Hosts Indian-Diaspora Workshop

Indian-American Diaspora Event

Mission Director Erin Soto, who heads USAID’s Mission in India, met yesterday afternoon in the Ronald Reagan Building with 33 members of the Indian American community. The dialogue was part of a day-long session to explore ways to enhance engagement and partnership between USAID and the Indian diaspora in our development efforts in India. Soto […]

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