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Strengthening the Philippines through USAID Relief

Report from USAID’s Director of Foreign Disaster Assistance on combined USG effort to support those affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. Read more >>

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Video of the Week: POTUS on Typhoon Haiyan

President Obama delivers remarks on Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Read more >>

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USAID at UNGA 2013: Day Two

A recap of USAID’s participation during, and around, several events at this year’s United Nations General Assembly. Read more >>

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Video of the Week: Kid President’s Day at UN for World Humanitarian Day 2013

On this World Humanitarian Day, USAID salutes the brave men and women around the world who risk their lives saving the lives of others. Read more >>

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World Humanitarian Day 2013: Honoring Those Who Serve

This World Humanitarian Day, the U.N. kicks off a campaign called “The World Needs More” to inspire governments, companies, and individuals to turn words into action and raise awareness of humanitarian needs around the world. Read more >>

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Quiet Heroes Save Lives Daily in Syria

Since February 2012, USAID-funded health facilities in Syria have saved countless lives. Read more >>

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On the Front Lines in Africa

FrontLines editor shares some of her favorite FrontLines stories about our work in Africa. Read more >>

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Having the Right Tools at the Right Time to Meet Food Assistance Needs

Using resources available under its Emergency Food Security Program, USAID strives to respond to crises to best meet the needs of vulnerable populations. Read more >>

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U.S. Provides Wheat to Fill Urgent Food Gaps in Syria

U.S. support is helping the World Food Program work toward feeding 2.5 million people inside Syria, and more than one million refugees in neighboring countries.

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