A police officer and pedestrians wearing masks on a street (© Ebrahim Noroozi/AP Images)

Iran faulted for regime’s coronavirus response

Iran's regime is downplaying the nation's coronavirus outbreak. See how the regime's botched response is allowing the disease to spread.
Child being given shot in arm (PAHO/WHO/Sabina Rodriguez)

Measles in Venezuela under control, thanks to international aid

The Pan American Health Organization reports a 91 percent decrease in confirmed measles cases in Venezuela between 2018 and 2019, thanks to foreign aid.
'Fatima' holding her daughter in a field (© Lutheran World Federation)

Refugees in Chad learn new farming techniques

When resettled refugees have to learn the landscape of their new home, overcoming farming challenges can be tough. This program has a solution.
Woman and child with intravenous line playing cards (© Ebrahim Noroozi/AP Images)

Bypassing regime, U.S. delivers lifesaving medicine to Iranians

The U.S. has opened a channel to ensure Iranian patients get the medicines they need. See how Iran's regime has diverted money intended for medicines.
Fishing boat on water in front of erupting volcano (© Ezra Acayan/Getty Images)

U.S. sends support to Philippines after volcano eruption

USAID has snapped into action to support the Philippines in the wake of the eruption of a volcano that's displaced more than 100,000 people.
Juan Guaidó standing outside, at lectern (© Fernando Llano/AP Images)

What has Juan Guaidó done for Venezuela?

Since being elected interim president of Venezuela a year ago, Juan Guaidó has rallied international support to address his country's humanitarian crisis.
Woman administering shot to a child (Ary Silva/PAHO/WHO

2019 in review: Saving lives in Venezuela

Here's a look back at ways USAID has helped the people of Venezuela, who have been suffering the impacts of an ongoing political and economic crisis.
Safety personnel standing outside of a liquefied natural gas hub terminal (© Arnulfo Franco/AP Images)

U.S. initiative strengthens economic growth in the Americas

Learn more about the U.S. government's plan to bring jobs and economic growth to North, Central and South America through energy and infrastructure.
Farmer harvesting vanilla beans on his farm (© Thomas Cristofoletti/USAID)

Connecting Indonesian vanilla farmers to the U.S. market

Learn how a U.S.-backed program has helped more than 5,000 Indonesian small farmers sell vanilla and other spices to major businesses worldwide.