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Preserving Albania’s centuries-old sites

A recent earthquake damaged three of Albania's most famous historic sites. Learn how a U.S. government program is helping to restore these treasured spots.
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U.S., Bahamas salvage hurricane-damaged artifacts

When Hurricane Dorian struck The Bahamas in 2019, local museums were hard hit. But U.S. partners are helping Bahamians to save irreplaceable museum objects.
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U.S. aids Lebanese people after deadly explosion

The U.S. sent food and medical supplies to Lebanon following a deadly explosion. Find out how the U.S. is helping the Lebanese people during this crisis.
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U.S. continues to lead global COVID-19 response

The U.S. government has given over $20.5 billion in COVID-19 aid to countries around the world. Learn more about the funding here.
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Meet 6 health care workers on the COVID-19 front lines [video]

Health care workers fighting COVID-19 around the world have benefited from USAID’s global health investments. Learn about some of them.
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U.S. helps Caribbean countries fight COVID-19

The U.S. is providing medical supplies to Caribbean nations fighting COVID-19. Find out more about how the aid programs are helping people in the region.
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U.S. private sector helps ASEAN fight COVID-19

American companies are invested in helping ASEAN member states fight COVID-19 through donations of money and medical supplies.
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U.S. partners support Venezuelan refugees and their host countries

Across South America, the State Department and USAID fund charity groups to help displaced Venezuelans find employment in their host countries.
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U.S. leads global health response

The U.S. government has provided $10 billion in support of coronavirus relief efforts, and the American people have added another $4.3 billion in donations.