If we are to achieve the targets set out in the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals by 2030, we need to prioritize new ways of thinking, cutting-edge innovation, and different partnerships. In global health, we must continue to apply a business mindset to find lasting solutions. Skills like those involved with strategic planning, finance and […]
Archives for 2018
From saving one baby’s life to saving thousands, USAID is dedicated to ending preventable deaths in newborns. Learn how one, simple solution has impacted over 1.3 million newborns all around the world.
Women are making big moves in business, tech and community development across Belarus. Find out how an all-women USAID country team is driven both personally and professionally to empower women to transform this post-Soviet country.
During the 2018 Intel ISEF, USAID recognized 12 students for the Science for Development Award. Learn how USAID is dedicated to investing into high school students who are helping to solve development challenges.
In post-Ebola Sierra Leone, community healing dialogues are transforming communities. They have become a forum where communities can talk about a range of issues, from stigma related to Ebola to broader concerns, and find solutions to those issues themselves, leading to resiliency and reintegration.
Closing the Gender Digital Divide: WomenConnect Challenge Brings 20 Semi-Finalists to DC for Solver Symposium
This week, USAID welcomed 20 WomenConnect Challenge semi-finalists to Washington, D.C. for a symposium to strengthen their innovations to bridge the gender digital divide in the developing world. Interested in learning more? Follow #WomenConnect on Twitter.
USAID is reorienting its policies, strategies and program practices to better support countries to plan, finance and implement solutions to their own development challenges.
Current estimates predict that by 2050, nearly all coral reefs on Earth will be at a highly threatened status. Two researchers backed by USAID are working to protect coral reefs in Indonesia.
Funding from the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief helps staff at Kenya’s Children of God Relief Institute manage the facility and evaluate the project’s aim—to deliver high quality, high impact pediatric and adolescent HIV care.
At the turn of the century, improved internet access, greater mobile phone ownership and easy-to-use digital media platforms transformed social participation in urgent issues of the day. These tools promised to lift the voices of previously silenced citizens and journalists in a new digital landscape—even in some of the more repressive corners of the world […]