Learn how a U.S.-backed power plant project in Togo created jobs and grew local economies without burdening the country with excessive debt.
In Egypt's ancient port city of Alexandria, visitors are discovering the exquisite bird-themed mosaics of a Greco-Roman villa from over 2,000 years ago.
Batteries from the U.S. that rely on zinc and air may be the future of renewable energy. Eight countries in Africa, Asia and the Americas are using them.
In the highest-level U.S. diplomatic visit in over two decades, Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan goes to the "Land of the Thunder Dragon."
Learn about a U.S.-backed program that helps former coca farmers find legitimate work like pottery and connects them with producer associations.
With earlier planting seasons and water supplies vanishing as a result of climate change, farmers around the world need to adapt.
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.
At the turn of the century, as much as 10 percent of the world's children died before they reached their fifth birthday, and one-fourth...
A U.S. government initiative continues to help countries increase agricultural production and nutrition, one community at a time.