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More Ukrainian grain reaching developing countries

Find out which countries are getting Ukrainian grain and other food products via the U.N.'s Black Sea Grain Initiative.
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Climate planning keeps U.S. military mission-ready

From exercises to shoring up infrastructure to be climate resilient, learn how the U.S. military is preparing for climate change.
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How conflicts fuel the food crisis

This installment in a series looks at how global conflict is among factors driving the global food crisis.
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Biden at U.N.: Partnering for a freer, more just world

President Biden told the U.N. the U.S. will work with any country to tackle global challenges. See what partnerships are already underway.
Pakistani families receiving bags of food at outdoor distribution site (WFP)

How the U.S. is helping Pakistan overcome severe floods

Learn about continued U.S. assistance to Pakistan, which is recovering from recent devastating floods and landslides.
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Working together to solve the food crisis

The United States and its allies are committed to addressing the food crisis and are calling upon other nations to increase support.
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Ada Limón begins her tenure as U.S. poet laureate

The U.S. poet laureate works to expand public appreciation of poetry. Ada Limón, a Mexican American poet, is particularly suited to the job.
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She proved signing is more than translating spoken words

Ursula Bellugi, an American neurobiologist, altered how sign languages are perceived worldwide. Learn about her groundbreaking discoveries.
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U.S. sends COVID-19 vaccines worldwide [rolling updates]

The United States is donating billions in COVID-19 vaccine doses, funding for COVAX and medical supplies to countries all over the world.