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USAID in the News

Irrigation

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of May 6, 2013. Read more >>

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Mozambique Turns Potential into Progress through Leadership and Partnership

This boy from rural Senegal isn’t old enough to go to class yet, but he can still enjoy a healthy meal of daharine, a nutritious porridge of rice, chickpeas, and peanut sauce, at a USAID-supported Community Meals program based at the local school. Photo credit: USAID

Last week, I was honored to witness history when Mozambican leaders came together with donor countries, civil society and the private sector to chart a bold path forward to achieve sustainable food security and nutrition. Read more >>

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Adding It All Up: Crunching Numbers and Saving Dollars

CBA

USAID’s cost-benefit analysis trainings directly impact the effectiveness of host government spending, with the ultimate goal of increasing employment, equity and economic growth. Read more >>

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2014 Budget Affirms Commitment to End Extreme Poverty and Strengthen Reforms

Chuck Cooper serves as assistant administrator in Legislative & Public Affairs

Under the President’s budget, USAID will continue to strengthen our reform efforts. Read more >>

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How a New USAID Was Born

David Eckerson serves as Counselor at USAID

Counselor David Eckerson reflects on USAID’s Forward Progress Report and the Agency’s successes and challenges over the last three years. Read more >>

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Moving the Business of Development Forward

Guest post from Sara Messer of ONE. Originally posted on The ONE Blog Sara Messer, ONE’s policy manager for aid effectiveness, had a chance to speak to USAID Administrator Raj Shah about a few new changes at the agency and how ONE members can help. Watch her exclusive interview in the video below. During an […]

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