The U.S. Agency for International Development is leading the U.S. response to back to back hurricanes in Central America.
“It is a rolling system whereby anyone, on any subject from anywhere in the world at any time can submit a good idea,” said Executive Director of the Global Development Lab Bureau, Harry Bader.
The United States has now committed more than $900 million to assist vulnerable countries in the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. Agency for International Development, is providing an additional $10 million in humanitarian assistance to Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.
“There has been a great deal of progress since then, and Tunisia's youth have truly been at the heart of it,” said U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green.
The United States, through USAID, will provide $8 million in support of regional operations to control desert locusts in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia.
USAID and Israel’s development agency MASHAV signed a Memorandum of Acknowledgement to promote economic prosperity in Georgia.
Iranian patients are now receiving critical medicine through a recently available humanitarian channel.
Russian malign influence campaigns are targeting many Eastern European States.
The U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, is heavily invested in ensuring that all women and children have the same chance of a healthy life, regardless of where they are born.
Total U.S. humanitarian assistance for Hurricane Dorian exceeded $34 million, and above and beyond that, early search and rescue efforts saved over 400 lives.
The Million Lives Club will help members scale up operations by attracting the funding and support they need.