Samantha Power, Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, announced the launch of USAID’s new continent-wide Africa Trade and Investment program.
On a trip to Ecuador, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken outlined three areas in which the U.S. will partner with countries in the hemisphere to strengthen democracies’ ability to deliver for their people.
World Food Day is a day of action against hunger.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda-Thomas Greenfield announced that “the United States is committed to providing humanitarian assistance and supporting the Afghan people.”
Last year, USAID launched the Global Leadership and Education Advancing Development, or Global Initiative to engage one million young people as partners in their own countries’ development.
Sixty years ago today, President John Fitzgerald Kennedy signed an executive order that established the Peace Corps.
The United States remains committed to holding to account the Nicaraguan regime of Daniel Ortega by exposing those who suppress the democratic will of the Nicaraguan people.
The U.S. Agency for International Development and the Inter-American Development Bank launched the BetterTogether, or Juntos-Es-Mejor, Challenge.
Six years ago, the U.S. Agency for International Development launched the Global Development Lab, an innovative mechanism that aims to end extreme poverty through the increased application of science, technology, innovation, and partnerships.
The United States has long been the world’s most generous provider of health and humanitarian assistance to people around the world.
A lot of the money U.S. taxpayers have spent in the Mideast has gone into creating things like potable water systems that touch peoples’ lives every day.
The Prosper Africa initiative aims to dramatically increase two-way trade and investment between the United States and Africa.