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Mapping Lebanon

In celebration of Women’s History month, USAID interviews Grace Abou-Jaoude Estephan, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering at the Lebanese American University.

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USAID in the News

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of March 25, 2013. Read more >>

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Young Albanian Women Set Sights on IT

In celebration of Women’s History month, USAID recognizes 20 year old, Egi Shikaju, whose team competed in this year’s competition of innovative software applications in Albania.

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Paying It Forward – How Education Can Create a Better Environment for Future Generations

In celebration of Women’s History month, USAID interviews Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh, PhD, a professor at Asian Institute of Technology in Thailand. Read more >>

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African Nations Lead the Way on Country-owned Development

There’s no reason African countries can’t achieve greater growth in the agriculture sector to lift their people out of poverty and contribute to global food security.

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WWE Divas Help Refugees in Rwanda Fight Malaria

Recently, WWE Divas Alicia and Natalya Fox, along with the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets campaign, visited Rwanda to meet mothers and children fighting malaria. Read more >>

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Aid to Internally Displaced Persons in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

USAID has responded to urgent needs in the Democratic Republic of the Congo by airlifting more than $270,000 worth of emergency relief supplies to the region.

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Digitizing Education

In celebration of Women’s History month, USAID interviews Catherine Oliver Smith, COO and Co-Founder of Urban Planet Mobile, aimed to develop and distribute digital education worldwide. Read more >>

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Securing a Better Future Means Knowing Your Past

As we celebrate Women’s History Month, I think about the millions of women and girls who hold up half the sky but feel invisible and trapped due to poverty, illiteracy, disease, abuse and other forms of marginalization and deprivation

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Why Women’s Leadership Matters in a Macho World

Women in Central America are instrumental to help achieve peace in their communities by bringing diverse perspectives, mobilizing a variety of community actors, and ensuring that all citizens have their security concerns heard. Read more >>

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