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Aid Pushed to the Forefront of U.S. Foreign Policy

USAID Acting Administrator Alfonso E. Lenhardt delivers remarks at the briefing on the 2015 QDDR at the State Department. / Robb Hohmann, USAID

The State Department and USAID released the second Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review, a blueprint for advancing America’s interests in global security, inclusive economic growth, climate change, accountable governance and freedom for all.

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The AGOA Forum: Promoting Sustainable Growth in Africa through Trade and Technology

The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) has transformed the way the U.S. and Africa interact on trade and economic issues. Read more >>

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International Youth Day: Young People Are Key to Solving Global Challenges

Young people are key drivers to solving some of the world’s most pressing strategic challenges Read more >>

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Addressing the Crisis in South Sudan’s Jonglei State

Yesterday, the White House hosted NGOs and advocacy groups to discuss the political crisis in South Sudan, and how the U.S. can help end the violence and support South Sudan’s democratic development. Read more >>

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Harnessing the Power of Regional Cooperation to Drive Progress in Southeast Asia

USAID in Southeast Asia is helping to support equitable growth in the areas of agriculture and food security, connectivity, education, energy security, environment and water, and health. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of July 8, 2013. Read more >>

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Cooperation for Better Development and Security

At a recent national security conference, USAID participated in a discussion on the growing role of special operations forces (SOF) in twenty-first-century security. Read more >>

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This Week at USAID – June 21, 2010

Secretary Clinton and Administrator Shah will deliver opening remarks on “LGBT Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy” at an event co-hosted by State’s Office of Civil Rights and GLIFAA, the organization for Gays and Lesbians in Foreign Affairs Agencies. At an event in the Ronald Reagan Building, USAID will join the Brookings Institution to launch […]

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