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USAID Remains Focused on Typhoon Response in the Philippines

We are now beginning our pivot to the early recovery stage and we will continue to focus on some critical areas. Transitional shelter, livelihoods, health, cash-for-work, microfinance, temporary schools, and the rebuilding of rural health units will be very important focus areas for us over the next three to 12 months.

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Photo of the Week: USAID Celebrates 52 Years of Progress

On November 1, USAID will celebrate its 52nd birthday! Read more >>

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Communities in Cote d’Ivoire Benefit from USAID’s Investments

Learn how USAID is helping communities in rural Cote d’Ivoire develop economic resiliency. Read more >>

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FrontLines Releases Special Issue on USAID Results

Read the latest edition of USAID’s FrontLines for a special issue reviewing 20 projects the Agency counts among its most successful. Here are the first five. Read more >>

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Certificates to Irrigated Land Increase Resilience among Ethiopian Pastoralists

Entrepreneurial pastoralists in Ethiopia are investing not only in built capital but also in natural capital. Read more >>

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West African Nations Unite to Build Coastal Resilience to Climate Change

In June, government officials from 11 West African nations kicked off a regional coordination effort to reduce vulnerability to climate change. 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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Young Communicators Promote Climate Change Awareness

Climate change is impacting life in the Dominican Republic. 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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Working to Preserve the Coral Triangle

Scientists warn that, by the year 2030, virtually all coral reefs in the Coral Triangle Region will be threatened by ocean warming and acidification, and human activities. Read more >>

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