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U.S. helps rebuild Iraq’s infrastructure [video]

The U.S. continues to help the people of Iraq as Iran plunders its neighbor's natural resources, causing disease, power outages and high unemployment.
Two people wearing camouflage carrying woman as other uniformed people stand near military planes (U.S. Air Force/Master Sgt. JT May III)

U.S. sends more disaster aid to Indonesia

The U.S. provides $3 million in additional assistance to support the disaster response in Indonesia, bringing total U.S. assistance to nearly $11 million.
Hands holding seeds (© Moises Castillo/AP Images)

Helping farmers of Central America

Download a shareable graphic that shows how the U.S. is helping farmers in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras boost their crops and their incomes.
Mike Pence speaking (© Jose Luis Magana/AP Images)

Pence meets with Central American leaders to address illegal immigration

The vice president spoke at the Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America.
Woman sitting in jewelry store (Dave Cooper for USAID)

Salvadoran women transformed, one bead at a time

Meet the woman behind a U.S.-backed business in El Salvador that creates handcrafted jewelry combining strings of many colors, seeds and nuts.
Melania Trump standing in front of the Giza Pyramids (Andrea Hanks/The White House

First lady focuses on Africa’s children, wildlife, antiquities

Melania Trump's Africa trip took the first lady from a hospital to schoolrooms and ancient landmarks as she drew attention to the needs of children.
Destruction left behind by natural disaster (© Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

U.S. provides disaster relief to Indonesia

When earthquakes and other natural disasters strike, the United States lends a hand to its friends around the world. Today, the U.S. is assisting Indonesia.
Melania Trump walking past women waving flags (© Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

Melania Trump delivers books, balls and hope in Malawi

Melania Trump, in Africa, saw up close the needs of Malawi's children at a school with 110 pupils per teacher. The U.S. donates millions of books to Malawi.
Illustration of person shouldering large red bag (State Dept./D. Thompson)

Countries are waking up to the cost of predatory loans

Some cheap infrastructure loans may sound like a good deal, but they can leave countries in a debt trap that costs too much.