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.
In Egypt's ancient port city of Alexandria, visitors are discovering the exquisite bird-themed mosaics of a Greco-Roman villa from over 2,000 years ago.
Meet the new USAID administrator who volunteered in Kenya, was ambassador to Tanzania, and has family in South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and the U.K.
Once displaced by chaos caused by the Boko Haram terrorist organization, thousands of Nigerian farmers are cultivating again.
When you think about how to build a better world, think about providing clean water to about 663 million people worldwide who don’t have it.
A new, drought-resistant type of maize seed could prevent hunger in parts of Africa and may be ready as early as the next planting season.
Aid for Syrian refugees doesn't just come from the government. These organizations are providing food, medical care, educational tools and hope.
Anti-malarial bed nets have prevented 663 million cases of malaria, causing rates to halve since 2000, thanks to international efforts.
Zubaida Bai and her husband, Habib Anwar, founded Ayzh, a company producing low-cost maternal health-care products for women who are without many resources.