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Person carrying large tuna on a dock (© Ezra Acayan/NurPhoto/Corbis/Getty Images)

U.S. and Philippines combat illegal fishing

For decades the U.S. has supported the Philippines' marine conservation efforts, resulting in more fish, bigger fish and a sustainable fishing industry.
Woman about to inject vaccine into a child's upper arm (© Ary Silva/PAHO/WHO)

Eradicated diseases return amid Venezuela’s crisis

Venezuela's economic collapse has left its people vulnerable to once eradicated diseases that could spread across the Americas.
Man flying a drone in a winery (Colby Gottert for USAID)

Disease-detecting drones in the wine industry

See how a U.S.-backed program is helping to protect Moldova’s wine industry from a disease that wipes out vineyards and threatens livelihoods.
Aerial view of houses flooded by a cyclone (© Adrien Barbier/AFP/Getty Images)

5 ways the U.S. is responding to Cyclone Idai

Learn how the U.S. is helping Mozambique recover from Tropical Cyclone Idai ,  the worst natural disaster to hit southern Africa in two decades.
Two people standing in bucket by power lines (Claire Novak)

Women break boundaries in the energy sector

USAID is working in nine countries to increase the number of women in the energy sector,  especially in higher-paying technical and leadership positions.
People handling boxesvideo

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.
Airplane and humanitarian aid suppliesvideo

U.S. airlifts supplies for people of Venezuela [video]

Learn more about the U.S. assistance that is awaiting delivery to the people of Venezuela, who are suffering under Nicolás Maduro's failed policies.
Two people holding fishing nets (Romwell Mari Sanchez for USAID/Philippines)

Preserving the ocean’s bounty for Filipino fishers

A USAID grant seeks to counteract destructive fishing practices and environmental threats as well as help Filipino fishers preserve their way of life.
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.