Read the latest edition of USAID’s premier publication, FrontLines to learn more about the Agency’s 50th anniversary as well as its work in food security.
- Decades-old projects in former Soviet bloc countries show how USAID investments can nudge countries on the path to political, social and economic reward
- Before-and-after satellite imagery proves 40 years of conservation efforts in Guinea’s forests have produced densely covered forests, smartly managed agriculture and untouched wildlife habitats
- The Agency’s Horn of Africa aid delivers a one-two punch of emergency assistance and long-term support
- In developing countries, increasing food security also means increasing “girl power” as the majority of farmers are women
- And, check out photos that illustrate the best of USAID’s past and present from the latest FrontLines photo contest, where readers were asked to send in pictures to mark the Agency’s five decades (If you want in on the action, go to the Viewer’s Choice page before Nov. 18 and cast a vote for your favorite image among the official judges’ top-five picks)