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Archives for 2013

Building A More Tolerant, Inclusive World

The challenges that USAID addresses – global health, access to food and water, education, and economic growth – cannot be fully met unless we are honoring basic human rights.

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The Moment is Now: Modernizing Food Assistance

The Food Aid Reform proposal is a re-commitment to USAID food assistance with greater efficiency and effectiveness.

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Separating Children from Armed Groups in the DRC

Since 2011, USAID, UNICEF and local partners’ child protection work with UNICEF has separated over 1,100 children from armed groups in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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2014 Budget Affirms Commitment to End Extreme Poverty and Strengthen Reforms

Under the President’s budget, USAID will continue to strengthen our reform efforts. Read more >>

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Photo of the Week: Pumping Water to Urban Nigeria

USAID’s Sustainable Water and Sanitation in Africa project expands and improves water services to residents.

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USAID Rallies During Final 1,000 Days of Millennium Development Goals

On April 5, USAID joined UN Foundation’s Momentum 1000 and millions around the globe in a digital rally to mark the 1,000 day to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. Read more >>

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In Tajikistan, Little Drops Make the River

Where one in six child deaths is related to waterborne diseases, USAID is helping communities build sustainable pipe networks.

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Accelerating Progress with LGBT Global Development Partnership

USAID and partners created the LGBT Global Development Partnership to further LGBT equality in developing and emerging market countries. Read more >>

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Video of the Week: Delivering Clear, Compelling, Measurable Results

Last month, Adminstrator Shah discussed the results of the 2013 USAID Forward Progress Report in Washington. Read more >>

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Outcomes are Nice, But What About Measuring Them?

The main lesson that we have learned is that outcomes take time to generate, are iterative and not linear. There are not magic bullet solutions in getting to outcomes.

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