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USAID Newsletter September 30 2019

by Portal Web Editor last modified Oct 01, 2019 04:43 PM
Contributors: USAID
The Quiet Revolution Reshaping USAID’s Work

Featured Story

Investing in Women and Girls Accelerates Gains Across the Full Development Spectrum

By Mark Green-USAID Administrator
Emerging technologies. Private enterprise. Common sense collaborations. All three drive the way USAID is tackling the development challenges we face right now―and anticipate in the future. At this year’s U.N. General Assembly, Administrator Mark Green spelled out a compelling argument that the future of development will be enterprise driven. Click below for more about the new ways we are accomplishing our mission.

News & Events

Administrator Green returns to The Bahamas today to assess Hurricane Dorian relief efforts. The Agency also announced new aid for ISIS victims in Iraq, Rohingya in Bangladesh and Burma, and Venezuelans in and outside the country.

Digital Feature

"When I was young, there were no opportunities,” says Shova Khatri. “I didn't get to go to school. Now, I can send my girls to school." See how USAID is changing her Nepali community for the better.

Collaborating with USAID

Do you have a promising solution to gender-based violence, or ideas to prevent it from happening in the first place? Through the RISE Challenge, USAID is looking to help an estimated one in three women worldwide.

Upcoming Events

In October, USAID will celebrate World Food Day. Learn more about our work in food security by following us on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and YouTube. And, subscribe to the USAID Leads podcast through your favorite podcast app.
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