Recent Site Articles
Diving with Decapods: the Smithsonian-Indonesia PEER Partnership
by Sara Cardelle on 18th May 2018
Current estimates predict that by 2050, nearly all coral reefs on Earth will be at a highly threatened status. Two researchers backed by USAID are working to protect coral reefs in Indonesia.
Witnessing Hope and Health for Kenyan Orphans and Vulnerable Children
by Rachel Golin, Teresa Simiyu, S. Katherine Farnsworth on 8th May 2018
Funding from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief helps staff at Kenya’s Children of God Relief Institute manage the facility and evaluate the project’s aim—to deliver high quality, high impact pediatric and adolescent HIV care.
Where It’s Risky to Tell the Truth: Press Freedom Declines in Too Many Countries
by Josh Machleder on 3rd May 2018
Youth energize the crowd in attendance for the National Elections Commission’s USAID-supported “Elections and You” radio broadcast, in Bong
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Keeping the Peace: Her Work Helps Prevent Crises Around the World
by Scott Hochenberg on 1st May 2018
USAID is committed to working with this U.S.-based, women-owned small business to counter violent extremism around the world.
Generating Trade With — and Within — East Africa
by Scott Cameron on 27th April 2018
Kenyan flowers are about to become more prevalent in the U.S. market with new direct flights from Nairobi to
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Sweet Rewards for Peruvian Farmers Who Trade Coca for Chocolate
by Lawrence Rubey on 24th April 2018
USAID partners with the Government of Peru to disrupt the operations of criminal networks, eradicate coca and help farmers develop lucrative, legal crops that can be exported to U.S. markets and beyond.
On the Road to Self Reliance
by Brock Bierman on 18th April 2018
USAID's assistant administrator for the Bureau for Europe and Eurasia reflects on the Agency's transformational impact in Kosovo.
The Beauty of a Wastewater Treatment Plant
by Mark Anthony White on 6th April 2018
Nine years ago, USAID supported the development of a wastewater treatment system that would treat wastewater, reduce waterborne diseases and clean the river. Now, the local municipal corporation has taken it over, and others are following this model.
The Time to Make Progress? Right Now.
by Sofia Stafford on 8th March 2018
How USAID and our partners are supporting innovations to save mom’s lives around the globe
A Man Among Men
by Themba Nduna on 7th March 2018
Why does it matter if a father changes his daughter’s diaper or braids her hair? Because it gives mothers time to focus on child nutrition and development. USAID is transforming gender norms to improve food security in rural Zimbabwe.