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Nigeria @ 50: Microenterprises Support Caregiver Families

Jamila and her husband display their peanut butter. Business skills training has empowered many woman caregivers to engage in effective business practices. Photo Credit: Fernando Maldonado, USAID/MARKETS

USAID training in Nigeria equips participants with practical business skills to become successful entrepreneurs. Read more >>

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Nigeria @ 50: Partnership with USAID

USAID is helping farmers' organizations, like this group in Kano, Nigeria, to plant and harvest higher-yielding crops. These women have boosted their incomes by producing more cowpeas than in previous years. Photo Credit:Ann Fleuret, USAID/Nigeria

USAID is helping farmers’ organizations in Nigeria to plant and harvest higher-yielding crops. Read more >>

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Repairing Obstetric Fistula in Nigeria

Women with fistula are stigmatized among their peers and by society in general. Read more >>

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Increasing the Involvement of Men in Family Health

Reducing maternal deaths by 75 percent throughout the world by 2015 will take the involvement of men in countries where it matters most. Read more >>

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This Week at USAID – September 27, 2010

Administrator Shah will host a development forum with USAID staff at the Ronald Reagan Building. At the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s Annual Conference, Dr Shah will join a roundtable discussion with senior Administration officials on the new global development policy. Later in the week, Administrator Shah will speak at the annual conference of the Aspen Network of Development […]

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