In honor of International Tiger Day, USAID has committed nearly $900,000 to multilateral conservation efforts designed to protect big cats from some of their most dangerous enemies. Environmental conservation is a key component of USAID’s mission to end extreme poverty and promote resilient, democratic societies.
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Engaging China on Global Development
China and the U.S. begin a global development dialogue. What’s high on the agenda? Tackling Extreme Poverty and development cooperation.
Tackling Malaria and Other Transboundary Challenges in the Lower Mekong through Regional Cooperation
More than 60 million people live in the lower Mekong River basin and currently struggle with drug-resistant malaria.
Strengthening Earthquake Response Efforts Across Asia
USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance strengthens a partnership with the China Earthquake Administration to collaborate on future disaster responses. Read more >>
This Week at USAID – May 24, 2010
Currently in Beijing, Administrator Shah is taking part in development-specific talks led by Secretary Clinton at the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue. Later this week, Administrator Shah will be in Dhaka to participate in the Food Security Investment Forum hosted by the Government of Bangladesh. This forum is a country-specific element of Feed the Future, the […]
Development as a discipline in China
I’m in Beijing to take part in the Strategic and Economic Dialogue along with other Obama Administration leaders. First stop: China Agricultural University where the Agriculture Cadres Training College is preparing the next generation of development professionals. This is the only university In China to have a discipline in development; it offers both undergraduate and […]