There are 1.8 billion young people in the world today and the vast majority live in developing countries. That presents us with serious challenges and incredible opportunities. USAID actively engages youth in the countries where we work to lay the foundation for generations of citizens who are motivated, engaged and committed to making their communities—and countries—better.
News & Events
This week, Administrator Green marked World Humanitarian Day . Earlier this month, he explained why USAID is partnering with Latin American countries to realize a “hemisphere of freedom.” And we committed $24 million for on-demand research from some of our university partners.
Digital Feature
When you think of chocolate, Vietnam is probably not the first place that comes to mind. But maybe it should be. USAID plays a supporting role in this sweet “bean-to-bar” story.
Collaborating with USAID
University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka opened its newly renovated tuberculosis ward this month, partnering with USAID’s Challenge TB project, the Zambia Ministry of Health and FHI 360 to bring more effective care to patients.
Mark Your Calendar
On Sept. 10, we’ll kick off Feed the Future Week. Over the last decade , this initiative has built a powerful coalition of partners to fight global hunger and made valuable contributions to global food security.
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