World Humanitarian Day is an opportunity to pay tribute to aid workers who risk their lives in humanitarian service and to show support for people affected by crises around the world.
The U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, is reorienting its development work around two very simple principles.
Faith-based organizations frequently work with USAID to deliver development assistance or humanitarian relief to marginalized people.
Ethiopia has been suffering the effects of a devastating series of droughts, which began three years ago when the El Niño weather pattern caused higher temperatures in this country of 100 million people.
As part of its efforts to combat HIV, the United States intends to provide up to $90 million to build secondary schools across Malawi and additional funding to provide youth friendly health services.
The U.S. is opening a new chapter in its relationship with Ecuador, said Vice President Mike Pence on a recent visit to the Central American nation.
This U.S. government foreign assistance program has helped Nigerians improve agricultural production, income generation, nutrition, and sanitation.
World Refugee Day is an occasion to highlight the plight of refugees around the world, commend their resilience, and express gratitude to their hosts.
Ghana and Nepal, have succeeded in eliminating Trachoma as a public health problem.
As much as 40 per cent of the world’s oceans are heavily affected by human activities that result in pollution, over-fishing, and loss of coastal habitats.
World Hunger Day is an effort to focus attention on the fact that some 21,000 people die every day from hunger or malnutrition.
On the last Monday in May, Americans honor those who have fallen in defense of the country and of its ideals.