Helping Africa’s small farmers access credit, improve yields
The One Acre Fund, a U.S. government partner, helps African farmers access fertilizer to increase profits and feed their families.
On Ramadan in America
In the U.S., where Ramadan embraces customs from around the world, three Muslims describe their own uniquely American Ramadan journeys.
Young leaders promote democracy at home
Meet activists from Kenya and Estonia who are advancing democracy in their home countries after participating in a U.S.-backed program.
U.S. nominee for U.N. migration leader puts people at center of...
Amy Pope, who is a candidate for director general of the International Organization for Migration, is focused on reform.
Securing technology for a prosperous, safe future
Learn how U.S. public and private sector groups work with counterparts around the world to solve pressing problems through new technology.
Russians in the U.S., and elsewhere, press for peace
Many Russians in the U.S. and around the world continue to voice their opposition to Russia's war against Ukraine.
American Christians find renewal during Lent
Lent, the 40 days leading up to Easter, is a time of spiritual renewal for Christians that includes prayer and giving to others.
Once a refugee, now an Oscar winner
Decades after arriving in the U.S. as a refugee, Ke Huy Quan won film's highest honor. Learn more about a story that is inspiring others.
Ringing in the new year with Nowruz
The Persian New Year, also known as Nowruz, begins on the spring equinox. Read on to find out how it's being celebrated in the United States.