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Giving Thanks for Progress in the Fight Against Global Hunger

A young boy in Tajikistan eats a healthy lunch. Photo credit: USAID

We’re thankful for the opportunity to be a part of a collective global effort to end poverty and hunger around the world. Read more >>

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Preparing Syrians for a Harsh Winter

A young Syrian boy receives a box of clothing at a USAID-supported distribution site. Photo credit: USAID Partner

USAID is distributing warm clothing and thermal blankets to help Syrians prepare for the cold winter months. Read more >>

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Video of the Week: USAID Announces Additional $10 Million for Philippine Relief Effort

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USAID Assistant Administrator Nancy Lindborg talks about “steady drumbeat” of aid from the U.S. to help those affected by Typhoon Haiyan. Read more >>

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Strengthening the Philippines through USAID Relief

Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Eric Chiarito, from Hyde Park, N.Y., left, and Marine Sgt. Jonathan Thornton, from Lake Havasu, Ariz., load supplies to assist the Philippine government in response to the aftermath of Super Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. Photo credit: U.S. Navy.

Report from USAID’s Director of Foreign Disaster Assistance on combined USG effort to support those affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

USAID news highlights during week of October 14, 2013. Read more >>

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Video of the Week: Kid President’s Day at UN for World Humanitarian Day 2013

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On this World Humanitarian Day, USAID salutes the brave men and women around the world who risk their lives saving the lives of others. Read more >>

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Local Development Solutions: A Destination, Not A Doctrine

Click on image to view the report. Photo credit: ODI

Localizing aid is not the only way to strengthen state systems, but it is a crucial tool in donor toolboxes Read more >>

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A True Data Revolution

Tony Pippa is Deputy Assistant to the Administrator for the Bureau of Policy, Planning and Learning

“A true data revolution” is necessary if we are to eradicate extreme poverty as part of the next generation of Millennium Development Goals. Read more >>

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Quiet Heroes Save Lives Daily in Syria

Doctors remove a bullet from the leg of an injured man. The injury required major surgery, which the makeshift field clinic was not equipped to handle. With ongoing fighting nearby and limited options, the surgeon proceeded with a minor surgery and was able to save the patient’s leg. Today, he can walk freely on it. Photo credit: USAID Partner

Since February 2012, USAID-funded health facilities in Syria have saved countless lives. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

Children in Sindh, Pakistan, play at a water pump. Photo credit: Georgetown Public Policy Review

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of June 17, 2013. Read more >>

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