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July 30, 2013

With USAID Support, Genetic Research Helps To Protect Tigers in Nepal

Globally, poaching has become ever more violent and the smuggling of wildlife parts increasingly sophisticated by organized crime groups. On… more
April 30, 2013

'One Girl With Courage Is a Revolution'

Suma Tharu, a girl from Nepal, was sold into indentured servitude at the age of six and braved another six… more
December 26, 2012

In Bhutan, Conserving the Natural Environment and Biodiversity

The Second Asian Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation held in Thimphu, Bhutan October 20-24, hosted by the Royal Government of… more
October 17, 2012

Nepal: Security Sector Reform Helps Build Peace and Security

Security Sector Reform is a critical mission for the U.S. Department of State. In partnership with the U.S. Department of… more
April 22, 2012

Embassies and Consulates Are Going Green

The State Department's Earth Day event, an exhibition titled "American Face of Green -- Embassies Leading the Way," demonstrated how… more
April 20, 2012

Young People Mobilize for Global Youth Service Day

This weekend marks the 24th annual Global Youth Service Day. In 100 countries, across six continents, young people between the… more
March 11, 2012

Women in the World Summit and Suma‬

Dr. Molly Maguire Teas writes about U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's participation in the 2012 Women in the… more
February 27, 2012

Three Million: Changing Lives One Refugee at a Time

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration David… more
January 25, 2012

Engaging Overseas Audiences on the State of the Union Address

Last night, Americans gathered around their television sets -- or computer monitors -- to watch President Barack Obama deliver the… more


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