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Standing with Civil Society

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Larry Garber highlights the importance of civil society and the need for USAID to ensure that, when it comes to civil society, our financial investments are met by our political commitments.

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Women are Women: Responding to the Health Needs of Female Sex Workers

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Mpiluka’s story is not uncommon, and reveals the complex intersection of violence, reproductive health, and HIV faced by sex workers around the world

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Pounds of Prevention: Colombia

In this next installment in the Pounds of Prevention series, we travel to South America, to Colombia, a country with several active volcanoes that USAID and the U.S. Geological Survey help monitor. Read more >>

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Disaster Risk Reduction – Key Investments for the Future

Kasey Channell is Acting Director of the Disaster Response and Mitigation Division of USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA) Benjamin Franklin is famous for the adage “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Today, we are faced with great challenges brought about by increasing population and urbanization, a changing climate, […]

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USAID-World Bank Debate Series Opens Important Dialogue on HIV Prevention in Africa

Submitted by: Bureau for Global Health Do discordant couples, or those in which only one partner is HIV-positive, really contribute a majority of new HIV infections?  Should interventions to address discordant couples receive a majority of funding? As the global response to HIV and AIDS evolves, fostering an open dialogue about what approaches work best […]

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