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Aid Pushed to the Forefront of U.S. Foreign Policy
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.
USAID in the News
Weekly Briefing (2/13/2012 – 2/17/2012) February 16: Voice of America reports that at a USAID town hall meeting, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton stated that the U.S. is working “more deeply in fewer areas” as part of diplomatic and aid efforts to resolve conflicts and help countries become more self-sufficient. “The work we do speaks for […]
Selectivity and Focus
You’ve heard USAID talk about selectivity and focus in theory, but what do these principles mean in practice? In response to the global trends that are reshaping the development landscape and in line with the QDDR and PPD, USAID will apply seven operational principles across the Agency to help us focus on achieving and measuring […]
Unleashing the Power of Women and Girls
Women and girls are an extremely powerful force for development. A woman’s economic wellbeing is fundamental to her family, her community, her children, and her children’s children. Women are vital to economic growth, income generation, and security and stability. More than 70 percent of the farmers in Africa are women, often toiling on small plots […]
Secretary Clinton Holds Town Hall Meeting at USAID on the QDDR
On Friday, Secretary Clinton and USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah spoke on the First Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review “Leading Through Civilian Power.” Read more >>
Leading Through Civilian Power
The first ever Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review helps make real the commitment to diplomacy. Read more >>