Mozambique

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December 23, 2013

Observing Elections in Mozambique

Mozambique may not be the world’s youngest democracy, but its first experience with elections wasn’t until 1994. Since then, the… more
April 25, 2013

'Noisy About Malaria' in Mozambique

Today, Bishop Sengulane is fighting to bring an end to another destructive force in his nation: malaria. The disease steals… more
February 1, 2013

Championing the Cause of Ending Global Hunger and Undernutrition

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a champion of the fight to end global hunger and undernutrition, making… more
October 27, 2012

All in a Week's Work -- Fighting Hunger

As the Acting Special Representative for Global Food Security, I lead U.S. diplomacy on food security and nutrition, and last… more
October 1, 2012

Recognizing the Frasure-Kruzel-Drew Fellowship for Humanitarian Demining

I recently arrived in the Department's Bureau of Political-Military Affairs as the twenty-first Frasure-Kruzel-Drew Memorial Fellow for Humanitarian Demining. The… more
August 10, 2012

First Youth TechCamp Launches August 12

The first-ever Youth TechCamp participants arrive in Washington this weekend! And here in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs… more
July 26, 2012

Agricultural Development Empowers Women in Africa

It's normal to think that food assistance is simply about keeping stomachs full. But, in fact, it's far more complex… more
May 6, 2012

Young African Leaders: Changing Perceptions

What always energizes those of us who work on exchange programs for professionals is seeing the passion of emerging foreign… more

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Primer on Ramadan

Last night, Secretary Rice hosted the annual State Department Iftaar dinner . Iftaars are meals held to break the fast… more
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Four Cities on a Saturday

About the Author: Sean McCormack serves as Department Spokesman and Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs. We just landed… more

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