Refugee farmers are providing their new communities with food through the New Roots program, which allows them to turn vacant city lots into urban farmland.
Coffee is Ethiopia’s top export, providing livelihoods for 15 million people. That's why USAID is showing farmers how to increase the value of their beans.
On September 22, 1961, President John F. Kennedy signed into law the Peace Corps Act, making good on a promise to seek Americans “from...
Engineers Without Borders USA works on what the engineers call "low-tech, high-impact projects" in 42 countries, from latrines to water supplies to bridges.
Japan has joined Power Africa, an initiative President Obama announced in 2013, and will work with African governments to develop geothermal power.
The New River Valley community in rural Virginia found creative ways to ensure that progress and growth take into account how resources are used.
On this October 16, World Food Day, over 800 million people will go to bed hungry. But that’s 200 million fewer than just two...
ECPA was created at the 2012 Summit of the Americas to help provide universal electricity to Latin America. Watch how it shows how to reuse coffee as fuel.
After its first two years, the Power Africa campaign continues to boost electricity access, bringing light, computers and information into African homes.