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Archives for 2010

Full Circle in Panama

A USAID project in Ella Drua, Panama, increases incomes and provides sustainable future for the region’s children. Read more >>

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From the Field

Update from USAID Missions around the world. Read more >>

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A Comprehensive Approach to Yemen

This originally appeared on  The White House Blog On Friday, U.S. officials participated in a meeting of the Friends of Yemen in New York, marking an important occasion to coordinate international support for Yemen. The meeting also provides a good opportunity to discuss the United States’ comprehensive approach to assist Yemen. Much of the press […]

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USAID/Zimbabwe Unveils Audio and Voting Equipment to Support Good Governance at Parliament

USAID has had a long standing relationship with the Parliament of Zimbabwe. Read more >>

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Frontlines – September 2010

Read the latest edition of USAID’s premier publication, FrontLines for these stories: USAID ramps up aid as Pakistan’s flood waters slowly begin to recede in some areas Administrator Shah: The United States is ready like never before to join with its partners to tackle the Millennium Development Goals Money talks: Experts say prizes can spur […]

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USAID Provides Shelters in Haiti

Inside one home, a toddler snoozes on the floor. Around the corner at another home, a dozen men laugh and cheer at a soccer match on TV. The newly constructed homes – in colorful hues of yellow, blue, pink and green – are transitional shelters (t-shelters) for families affected by the Jan. 12 earthquake in […]

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Country Leadership and Partnership for Food Security in Uganda

A partnership with the Government of Uganda and the DSIP contributes to the shared goal of combating hunger, undernutrition and poverty. Read more >>

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USAID @ UNGA: Malaria Efforts Are on Track to Meet to Reduce Malaria Deaths to Near Zero by 2015

By Rear Adm. (ret) Tim Ziemer, U.S. Global Malaria Coordinator Prominent leaders in global health and development joined several African heads of state yesterday to announce new commitments to accelerate progress toward ending deaths from malaria, a disease that claims the lives of more than 850,000 Africans each year. Participants included: Prime Minister Mizengo Pinda […]

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USAID @ UNGA: “Science Fair” Reveals New Promise for Water and Technology

Submitted by Chris Holmes USAID and the New York Academy of Sciences are currently hosting a display of innovative technology at New York City’s  Millennium Hotel. The hotel is just around the corner from the United Nations. This is General Assembly week and participants at the UN activities are filtering into the display room to, […]

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President Issues First-ever Development Policy

This morning, the White House launched the Presidential Policy Directive on Development (PPD). This is really a great moment for the US and for the development community .

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