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USAID continues to stand with Venezuelan people [video]

The humanitarian need in Venezuela is vast and growing every day. See what USAID is doing to help the people of Venezuela in this video.
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U.S. helps hospitals in Guinea regain people’s trust after Ebola

The Ebola outbreak shattered Guineans' trust in hospitals and emptied the maternity ward in one town. Now it's full again, thanks in part to USAID help.
Michael R. Pompeo at lectern, U.S. flag next to him (State Dept./Freddie Everett)

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.
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Helping refugees continue to learn

A new program, Coursera for Refugees, aims to help refugees continue to learn through online courses as they work to resettle.
Two women hugging (Alison Harding/USAID/OFDA)

The Venezuelan way: One family’s story

More than 1 million Venezuelans have fled to Colombia to escape a political and economic crisis. Meet a woman who had to make that difficult decision.
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Remembering the Chernobyl disaster

The U.S. pledges an additional $10 million to help ensure the safety of future generations living in the area affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
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U.S. readies aid to Venezuelans [video]

Secretary Pompeo reaffirms U.S. support to the victims of the socialist Nicolás Maduro regime in Venezuela.
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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. rushes help to Rohingya refugees

The United States is sending tens of millions of dollars in aid for over a half million Rohingya who fled for their lives after an army crackdown in Burma.