Helping to improve food security in Afghanistan
Learn about a USAID program that helps farmers across Afghanistan double their harvests by providing training and resources.
Making the world’s case for water and biodiversity
Monica Medina is the first U.S. special envoy for biodiversity and water resources. She will champion nature protection measures abroad.
Assisting farmers in the Middle East, North Africa during the food...
Farmers in the Middle East and North Africa face pressure from climate change and conflicts. Learn how the U.S. is helping them boost output.
Helping farmers in Asia, Africa overcome floods and drought
A company in India that teaches farmers to preserve stormwater for irrigation is partnering with the U.S. to share its invention worldwide.
$1 billion in U.S. emergency food security aid rushed to Africa
A portion of the $2.76 billion in U.S. funding President Biden announced in June to address food insecurity has arrived in parts of Africa.
Ukrainian grain reaches Africa with U.S. assistance
The United Nations and the U.S. government are working to ensure that Ukrainian grain reaches people who need it the most.
Helping farmers in Syria tackle the food crisis
USAID is helping tackle a food crisis in northeast Syria by providing high-quality seeds to wheat farmers in the region.
American baseball steps up to the plate on climate
Across the United States, baseball players are leading conservation efforts to address the climate crisis. Learn about their programs here.
What’s the future of clean water in India and the world?
The U.S. Consulate General in Chennai partnered with the Smithsonian Institution and Care Earth Trust to educate the public on sustainable water management.
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