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Advancing Food Security by Opening Markets

Global markets are an essential element of food security. Read more >>

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Feeding Africa’s Future

Across the continent, African nations are taking concrete steps to make agricultural development a priority, lifting families out of poverty and increasing their participation in the global economy. Read more >>

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USAID in the News

A review of USAID’s top news highlights for week of April 22, 2013. Read more >>

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Working Together to Feed the World and Protect the Planet

The first Earth Day celebration, 43 years ago, began a movement to create awareness about the need to protect the world’s natural resources so they can be enjoyed by generations to come. Read more >>

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2014 Budget Affirms Commitment to End Extreme Poverty and Strengthen Reforms

Under the President’s budget, USAID will continue to strengthen our reform efforts. Read more >>

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The Final 1,000 Days of the MDGs: Accelerating Progress and Working to End Extreme Poverty

Today we mark an important milestone: 1,000 days left until the end date of the Millennium Development Goals. Read more >>

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Photo of the Week: Developing Global Partnerships for Development

One of the ways USAID is working to meet the Millennium Development Goals is through its Drought Tolerant Maize for Africa project.

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Video of the Week: Administrator Shah’s Remarks for Global Child Nutrition Dinner

In this week’s Video of the Week, Administrator Shah offers remarks for the Global Child Nutrition Dinner that was held on March 4, 2013. Read more >>

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Coding for Hunger: Not Development as Usual

Barbara’s mother was desperate – there was nothing in the house to feed her children or herself. Read more >>

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Helping Families Build Resilience and a Better Future for Kids

Whenever I’m asked to describe the scale of the hunger crisis in the Sahel, I see Moussa’s face. I met him in August during a trip to Mali when he was two months old, but he was so small and frail that I worried he would die in my arms. Read more >>

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