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Moving Forward with USAID’s LGBT Vision for Action

A gay rights activist holds a rainbow flag during a Rainbow Pride rally in Kolkata on July 15, 2012.

While June’s Pride month celebrations have ended, we have many reasons to keep the celebrations going – with release of the USAID LGBT Vision for Action, concretely demonstrating support for the human rights of LGBT persons around the world.

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Witness to an Historic Ukrainian Election

Ukranian woman places vote in ballot box

Ukraine recently held historic elections as the world watched. USAID provided assistance to ensure the legitimacy and transparency of the process.

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5 Ways USAID is Preparing for Hurricane Season

satellite photo of a hurricane

As another Atlantic hurricane season approaches, we are reminded that it takes just one bad storm to wreak havoc, kill and injure thousands, and inflict billions of dollars in damage.

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Using Local Systems to Achieve Development Goals

A woman eats rice a on a street in Rangoon

USAID puts forth a vision of development that’s locally owned, locally led & locally sustained.

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Development Financing “Sea Change” Drives Real Change

farm in East Africa

Read a USAID employee’s first-hand account of the difference even a small amount of credit can make in the life of an entrepreneur in the developing world. USAID is proud to scale this work through our Development Credit Authority.

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