Three Venezuelan men sitting on the grass (Alison Harding/USAID/OFDA)

Venezuelan ‘walkers’ flee crisis one step at a time

Meet three Venezuelans embarking on a journey walking across Colombia as they flee the political and economic crisis in their home country.
Shinzo Abe shaking hands with Donald Trump (© Susan Walsh/AP Images)

Trump hosts Japanese Prime Minister Abe at White House

When President Trump recently met with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Washington, the two leaders were boosting ties that support global stability.
Farm machinery operating in field (State Dept.)video

Free market system makes U.S. world leader in agriculture [video]

Secretary Pompeo emphasizes America's global leadership in agriculture during a trip to Iowa and notes U.S. generosity in food donations.

U.S. works to boost economies in Central America [infographic]

Download this shareable graphic about the economic relationship between the United States, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
Peace to Prosperity infographic thumbnail (State Dept./Photos © Shutterstock)

Goals of the Peace to Prosperity plan [infographic]

The U.S. recently unveiled a Peace to Prosperity plan. In one graphic, learn how that plan will help the Palestinian people and the Middle East.
Solar panels (© Shutterstock)

Helping to power homes in El Salvador

El Salvador's growing energy demands will be met, in part, with 10 new solar energy plants that the U.S. is helping to finance.
Doctor holding stethoscope to child's chest (USAID/Daniel Lanari)

Database offers transparency on U.S. foreign aid

The Foreign Aid Explorer, a free, comprehensive, interactive database, helps users see what the United States spends on foreign aid.
Man viewing flooded road in village (© Erfan Keshvari/ISNA/AP Images)

U.S. ‘ready to assist’ Iranian flood victims

The regime blames outside entities when, in fact, it is their mismanagement that has led to this disaster, Secretary of State Pompeo says.
Ghanian woman standing outside of building (Douglas Gritzmacher/USAID)

Linking Ghanaian villagers with global consumers

Learn about a U.S.-backed program that connects women from 21 African countries to markets in the U.S., the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia and Africa.