On Nov. 17, USAID deployed a Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) to respond to Hurricanes Iota and Eta. For nearly a month, the DART was on the ground across Central America and Colombia to conduct assessments, identify priority needs, and coordinate our response efforts. USAID allocated nearly $48 million in humanitarian aid to help people in Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, and Colombia.
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Millions of Kyrgyz migrants became stranded in Russia due to COVID-19. Meet one of them. She’s back home now thanks to USAID’s Safe Migration program. Learn more about this work as we mark International Migrants Day.
Collaborating with USAID
The Higher Education Solution Network’s Development Impact Lab at UC Berkeley, in collaboration with USAID, is launching a Master of Development Engineering degree. The program supports students in creating technological interventions for people living in complex, low-resource settings.
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Persons with disabilities have been hard hit by COVID-19. During the pandemic, USAID is supporting persons with disabilities to be resilient, included, and prepared, and is promoting a post-pandemic world that is disability inclusive.
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