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Giving Girls a Chance Against HIV/AIDS

Meet Chimwemwe Banda, one of the 600 million girls living in poverty who are at increased risk of contracting HIV/AIDS. Read more >>

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Promoting Evidence and Action for Respectful Care at Birth

A new USAID-funded report, “Exploring Evidence and Action for Respectful Care at Birth,” presents evidence of abuse of women during childbirth. Read more >>

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The Straight Facts: The Plight of Women

Women around the globe should be celebrated for their extraordinary contributions in all areas of society. Read more >>

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The Freakonomics of “The Girl Effect”

How might a girl change the course of humanity? Read more >>

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The Story Behind the Statistics: Victims of Rape in Benin Find Justice

In Benin, more than 75 percent of women are victims of violence, and 44 percent are sexually abused. Read more >>

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Gender Equality: The Development Community’s Key Ingredient to Realizing a Positive ROI

What exactly does it mean to invest in gender equality; and how does it contribute to USAID’s bottom line? Read more >>

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50 Weeks to 50 Years at USAID – Week 2: Eradication of Polio

In 1990, USAID announced its goal to end polio; it took four years. Read more >>

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Kabul National Cricket Stadium Gets a New Look

Funded by USAID, renovating a cricket stadium will provide short-term employment for unemployed Afghans. Read more >>

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Bread for the World Applauds New Bureau of Food Security

The Bureau of Food Security is an expression of the bold and forward-thinking developments at USAID. Read more >>

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USAID Supports Innovative “Survive” Partnership To Reduce Breast And Cervical Cancers In The Republic Of Georgia

In the Republic of Georgia, breast cancer is the single leading underlying cause of death for women aged 15-49. Read more >>

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