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USAID at UNGA 2013: Day One

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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Making All Voices Count is Open for Business

Today Making All Voices Count: A Grand Challenge for Development is open for business and calling for proposals. Read more >>

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Photo of the Week: Securing Water for Food

Our Photo of the Week features the new USAID and Sida program “Securing Water for Food: A Grand Challenge for Development.” Read more >>

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The Positive Impacts of Transparency

At USAID, we feel fortunate to work on an incredible Mission to achieve results for the poorest and most vulnerable around the world and to be transparent in the process. Read more >>

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Why Open Data Matters: G-8 and African Nations Increase Open Data for Food Security

The concept of open agriculture data fuses transparency and technology to improve food security worldwide. Read more >>

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Full Speed Ahead for Open Ag Data

Last week, hundreds of innovators gathered at the World Bank IFC Center to brainstorm about how Open Data can be harnessed to help meet the challenge of sustainably feeding nine billion people by 2050. Read more >>

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Who Stole My Cow? Open Data and Praedial Larceny

Relevant and timely access to data for not only policy makers and data scientists, but also farmers, innovators and other intermediaries, will help create the solutions needed to prevent threats to food security. Read more >>

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Shared Ag Data is a Secured Future for Vulnerable Populations

Ag data provides critical information that help the lives of the primary producers who feed the nation. Read more >>

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USAID in the Middle East: Using Data to Improve Regional Water Management (Part 1)

Few places are drier than the Middle East and North Africa. Host to 5 percent of the world’s population, the region has only 1 percent of the world’s renewable fresh water.

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