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An Ebola survivor’s story illustrates the resilience of West Africans amid a devastating public health crisis. While USAID is committed to getting to zero in all three countries, we are also preparing their health care systems for any future outbreaks.
USAID is committed to building an inclusive society in Paraguay by changing people’s attitudes and promoting innovative approaches to including people with disabilities.
Kama Garrison works on communications strategies to change the behaviors of people in West Africa that contribute to the spread of the Ebola virus.
How is USAID taking advantage of advances in data and technology? Read how innovators from Senegal to Kosovo are turning data into action.
From youth outreach and extremism to combating climate change, USAID and the Department of Defense work alongside each other to address critical global issues. Discover the nuts and bolts of the policy that guides this vital interagency partnership.
USAID is tackling the world’s toughest challenges using some of the world’s most innovative tools, technologies and out-of-the-box ideas. Check out the new issue of FrontLines to learn more.
USAID and partners have unlocked the power of mobile phones to fuel the fight to eliminate Ebola in West Africa.
To help fight Ebola in Sierra Leone, USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance is working with its partners to provide care kits to families so that they can safely help loved ones when they’re sick.
It’s Hurricane Preparedness Week, a national effort to help the public prepare for Atlantic hurricane season starting in June. In Jamaica, USAID’s Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance supports an innovative program that transforms at-risk youth into hurricane fighters.