April 2010 Frontlines

Check out the latest edition of USAID’s premier publication, FrontLines for these stories:

Climate change is prompting developing countries to take action and USAID experts are backing several of those efforts

An international sting operation that led to the arrest of ivory traffickers selling elephant tusks on the internet is hailed as a major victory by Thai and U.S. officials

In post-earthquake Haiti, USAID will focus reconstruction assistance on health care, economic growth, agriculture and infrastructure

New girls’ school in Sudan named in honor of two murdered USAID/Sudan staffers

Good medicine: Hip Hop Therapy Project in Uganda mixes dance and youth empowerment

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