Brazil

Left photo: Women working at laptops around table (Courtesy of Social Visão do Bem) Right photo: Women packing boxes (Courtesy of Free Soul Foods)

AWE inspires Brazilian women entrepreneurs

A State Department-funded program in Brazil taught 90 women how to build their businesses. Learn more here.
Illustration of communication tower with lines in background (State Dept./S. Gemeny Wilkinson)

Why ‘open’ 5G tech is vital for Brazil’s future

Learn why Open RAN 5G technology would bring Brazil more secure, reliable and flexible networks than single-company providers.
Woman injecting vaccine into woman's right arm (© Andre Penner/AP Images)

U.S. and international partners aid Brazil’s fight against COVID-19

The United States and partner organizations are providing vaccine doses and medical equipment to help Brazil fight COVID-19.
Computer screen showing video conference of world leaders (© AP Images)

World leaders pledge to cap global emissions

During President Biden's virtual Leaders Summit on Climate, heads of government from around the world committed to essential climate pledges.
Ivanir dos Santos speaking during an interview (© Vanderlei Almeida/AFP/Getty Images)

A champion of religious freedom in Brazil

Ivanir dos Santos, a Candomblé priest, has championed religious freedom in Brazil for decades. His Afro-Brazilian religion is the target of persecution.
Medical staff looking at man on gurney (© Nelson Almeida/AFP/Getty Images)

Maduro’s praise of indigenous Venezuelans rings hollow

After government troops killed and injured several members of Venezuela's indigenous Pemon people in February, more than 1,300 fled to Brazil.
Two men on horses driving herd of cattle in pasture (© Alexandre Meneghini/AP Images)

U.S. and Brazil partner to tackle global food issues

Animal scientists from the University of São Paulo and Virginia Tech share their research on how to improve animal productivity, reproduction and welfare.
Stalks of wheat in field (@ Guillermo Isidoro Barea Vargas/U.S. Dept. of Agriculture/Alamy)

U.S. and Brazil team up to protect world’s wheat supply

Kansas State University scientists are partnering with Brazilian researchers in finding creative ways to stop wheat blast disease.
Two cows grazing on hay (© AP Images)

U.S. and Brazil deepen trade ties

A U.S. government-sponsored international trade mission opens doors and delivers results for American agricultural exporters.