These State Department program alumni are giving back to their communities in different ways during the coronavirus outbreak.
With help from the U.S. Agency for International Development, women are connecting to growing markets in drought-prone northern Kenya. Meet one of them.
A U.S. government initiative is helping connect U.S. and African companies. See how the investment is driving development on the second-largest continent.
More than 12 million women have been helped by the Women's Global Development and Prosperity Initiative. That number is expected to grow.
American-style free enterprise has boosted economies around the world. Learn more about the values that help lift countries and people from poverty.
Insured by a U.S. government agency, a Texas company is helping to refurbish a natural gas pipeline that will boost Egypt's economy and bring new jobs.
When communities and investors see an infrastructure project is part of the Blue Dot Network, they know it meets high standards of quality and transparency.
Learn about a U.S.-backed program that helps former coca farmers find legitimate work like pottery and connects them with producer associations.
When Syrian and African refugees arrived in Denmark, the U.S. Embassy partnered with local nongovernmental organizations to find Danish mentors for them.