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A woman speaks into a microphone at a podium. She wears a blazer and a lapel pin with the U.S. and Namibian flags. There is a blue background blurred behind her and a U.S. flag.

Working With Namibia To End AIDS

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Preliminary results show that Namibia is incredibly close to meeting targets set for HIV epidemic control. But much work remains in Namibia – and in many other partner countries – before we can declare an AIDS… more

This Week at State: August 24, 2018

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Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and initiatives in one blog post… more
In 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake shook Haiti. Erin deployed as part of USAID’s Disaster Assistance Response Team.

Recognizing World Humanitarian Day

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Each year on August 19, the world recognizes World Humanitarian Day. In a statement, Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo said, "On this World Humanitarian Day, the United States remains committed to saving… more

This Week at State: August 3, 2018

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Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and… more
The view into “No Man’s Land,” where thousands live stranded between Burma’s border fence and Bangladesh. / Anna Slattery, USAID

Journeying to No Man’s Land

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USAID Administrator Mark Green shares a story from his recent trip to the front lines of the Rohingya humanitarian crisis. More than 700,000 people have fled ethnic violence in Burma to seek refuge in… more

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