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In Visit to Morocco, Administrator Samantha Power Announces New Initiatives for Morocco

The Administrator launched a new partnership with the Rabita Mohammedia League of Scholars and International Organization for Migration

The United States, through USAID, announced multiple new partnerships in Morocco to advance inclusive climate action, food security, and youth empowerment. Wrapping up a four-day visit, Administrator Samantha Power highlighted several new programs and initiatives that build on the more than six decades of partnership between USAID and Morocco.  The Administrator…

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Administrator Samantha Power Travels to Morocco

During her trip, Administrator Power will meet with government officials, partner organizations, youth, and local communities

Administrator Samantha Power will travel to Morocco from May 19-22 to underscore the United States’ commitment to deepening relations with one of its oldest allies. During her trip, Administrator Power will meet with government officials, partner organizations, youth, and local communities. The Administrator will highlight how USAID is partnering with…

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Kenya: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Assistant to the Administrator Dina Esposito Attends the Africa Fertilizer and Soil Health Summit in Nairobi

Esposito will underscore the critical role of African leadership in strengthening global food security and highlight the United States’ Feed the Future efforts to address global hunger

Assistant to the Administrator (AtA) and Feed the Future Deputy Coordinator for Development Dina Esposito will attend the Africa Fertilizer and Soil Health Summitin Nairobi, Kenya. While there, she will deliver remarks on U.S. efforts to strengthen food security and meet with foreign officials, other donor government leaders, and implementing partners…

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Administrator Samantha Power Concludes Her Visit to Angola

The Administrator, Deputy Secretary, and U.S. Ambassador Tulinabo S. Mushingi were the highest ranking U.S. government officials to go from Luanda

On April 25, Administrator Samantha Power and Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources Richard Verma concluded a three day trip to Angola with a visit to Benguela Province and the Port of Lobito. The Administrator, Deputy Secretary, and U.S. Ambassador Tulinabo S. Mushingi were the highest ranking U.S.…

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United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Launches New Partnerships to Support Malaria Prevention, Strengthen Infrastructure, and Bolster Food Security in Angola

USAID-led U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) is expanding geographic coverage for malaria prevention and control activities in Angola, to include the province of Moxico

During her trip to Angola, Administrator Samantha Power announced expanding partnerships that reflect the deepening relationship between the United States and Angola.  At Angola’s Instituto Nacional de Investigação em Saúde (National Health Research Institute) Administrator Power announced that USAID-led U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) is expanding geographic coverage for malaria…

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Administrator Samantha Power Travels to Angola

She will highlight USAID’s investments in malaria prevention in a visit to Angola’s National Health Research Institute

From April 23-25, Administrator Samantha Power and Deputy Secretary of State Richard Verma will travel to Angola to reaffirm the U.S. government’s commitment to supporting prosperity, security, and good governance in Angola. During the visit, the Administrator will meet with government leaders, members of the civil society, and business executives…

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A Year into the Sudan Conflict, an Urgent Call to Address One of the World’s Gravest Crisis

Statement by Administrator Samantha Power

A year ago tomorrow, the people of Sudan awoke to a nightmare. Fierce fighting between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and Rapid Support Forces (RSF) erupted in Sudan’s capital of Khartoum and other parts of the country. The warring sides turned bustling neighborhoods into battle zones, killing thousands, leaving bodies…

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The United States Provides More Than $25 Million for Refugee Assistance in Uganda

Statement by Spokesperson Jessica Jennings

The United States, through USAID and the Department of State, is providing more than $25 million in additional humanitarian funding to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the World Food Program (WFP) to assist refugees in Uganda facing ongoing food insecurity and the compounding impacts of conflict…

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On World Health Day, Making "My Health, My Right” A Reality For All

USAID has been advancing these efforts across its global health work, including, most recently, through Primary Impact, which launched last year and is now operational in 12 countries across Africa and Asia

Statement by Administrator Samantha Power In the small town of Dodota, Ethiopia – population 96,000 – health workers go to extraordinary lengths to track malaria. With only two health centers for a town where every single person has an elevated risk of contracting or dying from malaria, health workers are…

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United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Launches the Africa Trade Desk through Prosper Africa

The Africa Trade Desk bridges the gap between African suppliers and U.S. retailers by establishing a secure supply chain from Africa to U.S. retailers by consolidating logistics, insurance, and track and trace technology from farm to retailer

Today, Deputy Administrator Isobel Coleman announced the launch of the Africa Trade Desk, a signature trade platform from Prosper Africa that links large U.S. food retailers to African producers. The announcement was made during the Atlanta Phambili: A Trade & Investment Gateway to Africa & South Africa event, an event highlighting the…