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State Department, USAID Briefing On Horn Of Africa

On Tuesday, Ambassador Johnnie Carson, assistant secretary for African Affairs; Reuben Brigety, principal deputy assistant secretary in the Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration; Ambassador Donald Steinberg, USAID deputy administrator; and USAID Assistant Administrator Nancy Lindborg held a special press briefing to discuss the humanitarian crisis in the Horn of…

Shah Discusses Importance Of Partnerships In Global Health

The Malaria Policy Center’s “Malaria Watch” blog describes comments made by USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah during a recent global health community call. During the call, Shah “stressed that to solve global health issues there needs to be shared ‘responsibility across all partners.’ Partnerships help ‘save money, and saving money can save…

USAID Announces Saving Lives At Birth Challenge Finalists

USAID on Friday announced 77 finalists in the Saving Lives at Birth: A Grand Challenge for Development who will compete in a final review process at the DevelopmentXChange in Washington, DC, at the end of July, according to a USAID press release (7/15). The list of finalists is available online.

GlobalPost Examines GHI Implementation In Guatemala

GlobalPost examines the prevalence of chronic malnutrition in Guatemala, which is one of the countries targeted by the Obama administration’s Global Health Initiative (GHI). It also looks at how the GHI is being implemented in that country.

USAID Working With International Community To Respond To Drought In East Africa

“Since October 2010, the U.S. Government has provided more than $383 million worth of assistance, including 314,000 metric tons of food,” to countries in the eastern Horn of Africa region, where “[m]ore than 4.1 million people have benefitted from this help,” Donald Steinberg, USAID deputy administrator, writes in a Huffington Post opinion piece.

USAID Must Overcome Legal Hurdle To Providing Humanitarian Aid In Somalia

Last week, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s office said the U.S. is willing to provide humanitarian aid to Somalia, where the militant group al-Shabab controls parts of the country, but “[i]n reality, her hands are tied by paperwork,” Eliza Griswold, author and a senior fellow at the New America Foundation, writes in a Daily Beast opinion piece.