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Archives for 2010

Kabul Goes Green

A pilot program to use renewable energy aims to provide street lights to the 6 million people living within the city limits of Afghanistan. Read more >>

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Pic of the Week: Rapid Diagnostic Test for Malaria

During a three-country visit to health programs in Africa, Dr. Zeke Emanuel, Special Advisor on Health Policy, receives a rapid diagnostic test for malaria. Read more >>

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Finding Hope Amid Flood Devastation

Pakistan Senior Education Advisor recounts on her visit to Pakistan to monitor USAID-supported relief activities in flood-affected areas across the region. Read more >>

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From the Field

Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

USAID news higlights during week of November 1, 2010. Read more >>

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USAID Delivers Materials for Southern Sudan Self-Determination Referendum

One of the highlights of my trip to Sudanwas seeing all the work we do to help southern Sudan prepare for its historic referendum on self-determination. Read more >>

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Women’s Garden Reopens in Kabul

U.S. Ambassador Karl W. Eikenberry joined senior Afghan officials to celebrate the reopening of the Women’s Garden in Kabul. Read more >>

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Picture of the Week: In the Spirit of Election Day

The USAID Elections Support Program assists electoral events in Iraq. Read more >>

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USAID’s Frontlines – October 2010

Read the latest edition of USAID’s premier publication, FrontLines for these stories: President Barack Obama calls international developmenta moral imperative and a key element in U.S. national security policy during a landmark United Nations speech Tech innovators and grown-up science fair fans test drive innovative devices on the fast track to production and deployment in […]

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Mapping Effort Will Paint Picture of African Youth

The $10-million YouthMap program will survey both in- and out-of-school, employed and unemployed youth, and investigate opportunities and challenges related to youth development. Read more >>

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