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Archives for 2010

U.S.-India People to People Conference: Building the Foundation for a Strong Partnership

Ahead of President Obama’s visit to India, the U.S.-India People to People Conference will highlight the crucial role of Indian-Americans in the U.S.-India relationship. Read more >>

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Picture of the Week: Increased Agricultural Productivity in Haiti

A Haitian farmer shows an example of a pepper grown at a farm that is part of a USAID WINNER project in Kenscoff, outside of Port-au-Prince. Read more >>

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USAID Responds to Massive Flooding in Benin

In response to the massive flooding in Benin, USAID has been closely coordinating with the U.N. and the Government of Benin to ensure aid is reaching those most in need. Read more >>

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From the Field

An update from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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Ethiopia Partners with the U.S. to Put Girls’ Education First

USAID partners with FreAddis to improve education in Ethipia, with assistance from the Ministry of Education. Read more >>

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Southern Sudan’s Wildlife Thrives

Despite two decades of a brutal civil war, southern Sudan has become a thriving habitat for an amazing diversity of African wildlife. Read more >>

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USAID Provides Training to Masons in Haiti

A USAID/KATA and CEMEX program gives Haitian people valuable skills and empowers them to improve their lives and the lives of their families. Read more >>

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Picture of the Week: Women Increasing Incomes in Guatemala

The San Judas company in Guatemala joins USAID’s Global Development Alliance program. Read more >>

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Haitian Farmers Seeing Sprouts of Success

Cherilien raised a potato into the sunlight for a gathering crowd of Haitian farmers and visitors to see. Cherilien explained that he normally produces 110 pounds of potatoes each year, but this year he produced 440 pounds. Cherilien disappeared into the group of farmers as another Haitian farmer, Marisette, chimed in, “We used to not […]

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Focus on Nutrition: Creating Inclusive Partnerships and Deepening our Knowledge

We have a remarkable opportunity to make a measurable impact on child hunger and malnutrition.

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