Dollars to Results

Our Investments Are Improving Lives

Click below to view USAID investments and illustrative results in many of the countries where USAID works. These data do not reflect the entirety of impact achieved from the overall funds disbursed. Please refer to the FAQs for more details.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

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Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

Spotlight programs in Asia

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Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
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Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
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Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina

USAID's goal in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to help it to become a more stable country, closer to Euro-Atlantic integration. Reaching this objective includes: establishing functional state-level institutions, including minorities in the political process, complying with the European Convention on Human Rights, growing gross domestic product, increasing economic competitiveness, and establishing a clear strategy for European Union accession.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

Spotlight programs in Latin America and the Caribbean

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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

Spotlight programs in Middle East

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Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

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Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

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Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

Spotlight programs in Democracy and Governance

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Democracy and Governance

Countries with democratic freedoms are more capable of fulfilling their citizens' potential.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

Flag of Armenia

Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

USAID's goal in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to help it to become a more stable country, closer to Euro-Atlantic integration. Reaching this objective includes: establishing functional state-level institutions, including minorities in the political process, complying with the European Convention on Human Rights, growing gross domestic product, increasing economic competitiveness, and establishing a clear strategy for European Union accession.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

Flag of Georgia

Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

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India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
Flag of Indonesia

Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
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Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

Flag of Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

Flag of Malawi

Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

Flag of Morocco

Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

Flag of Nepal

Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

Flag of Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

Flag of Philippines

Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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Economic Development

Economic growth creates opportunities, improves quality of life, and reduces poverty.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

Flag of Armenia

Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

USAID's goal in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to help it to become a more stable country, closer to Euro-Atlantic integration. Reaching this objective includes: establishing functional state-level institutions, including minorities in the political process, complying with the European Convention on Human Rights, growing gross domestic product, increasing economic competitiveness, and establishing a clear strategy for European Union accession.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

Flag of El Salvador

El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

Flag of Georgia

Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

Flag of Honduras

Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

Flag of India

India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
Flag of Indonesia

Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
Flag of Iraq

Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

Flag of Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

Flag of Kenya

Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

Flag of Kosovo

Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

Flag of Liberia

Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

Flag of Malawi

Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

Flag of Morocco

Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

Flag of Mozambique

Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

Flag of Nepal

Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

Flag of Nicaragua

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

Flag of Nigeria

Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

Flag of Peru

Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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Education and Social Services

Education impacts health, economic growth, and food security. Across the world, increasing the average level of higher education in a country by just one year can add half a percentage point of growth to gross domestic product.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

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Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

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India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
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Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
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Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

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Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

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Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

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Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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Environment

Earth's average temperature has risen by 1.4°F over the past century, and is projected to rise another 2 to 11.5°F over the next hundred years.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

USAID's goal in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to help it to become a more stable country, closer to Euro-Atlantic integration. Reaching this objective includes: establishing functional state-level institutions, including minorities in the political process, complying with the European Convention on Human Rights, growing gross domestic product, increasing economic competitiveness, and establishing a clear strategy for European Union accession.

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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

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India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
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Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
Flag of Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

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Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

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Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

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Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Health

Fighting global disease reflects core American values and interests to prevent suffering, save lives, and create a brighter future for families.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

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Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Ghana

Ghana is a stable, democratic West African country with a free press, active civil society, independent judiciary and apolitical military.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Honduras

Honduras, one of Latin America's poorest nations, strives to improve its economic and democratic development with U.S. assistance. USAID programs strengthen the participation of marginalized groups in local and national governance and civil society monitoring and watchdog organizations, increase food security for the poorest sectors of society, support renewable energy and environmental conservation, expand basic education, workplace- and life-skills training for at-risk youth and adults to increase their prospects for employment and higher incomes, and improve the quality and participation of local citizens and civil society in decentralized health care services. 

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India

As a dynamic and democratic global power, India is a vital partner of the United States, sharing many foreign policy goals in the region and serving as an important trading partner and source of investment.
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Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
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Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

Flag of Jordan

Jordan

Jordan is a strategically located, moderate, stable, and reform-minded regional and global partner of the U.S. As partners in development for almost 60 years, together Jordan and the U.S. have established pioneering institutions and policies to help Jordan achieve prosperity.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Liberia

Liberia has had close ties with the U.S. since its founding almost 200 years ago. Stability was re-established with the end of 14 years of brutal civil war in 2003.  The past ten years have seen a strong economic recovery.  The democratically elected government has implemented effective and sustainable macroeconomic reform measures and attracted significant foreign investment from the U.S. and other partners.

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Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

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Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

Flag of Philippines

Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

Flag of Rwanda

Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Tanzania

Tanzania's political stability, sound macroeconomic management, and considerable resources all contribute to the country's great potential for sustained growth.

Flag of Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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Humanitarian Assistance

In 2012, droughts, floods, hurricanes and other natural disasters affected nearly 106 million people.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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El Salvador

The Partnership for Growth between the governments of the United States and El Salvador shows an unprecedented level of cooperation to address the most critical constraints to broad-based, sustainable, and inclusive growth in El Salvador.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Guatemala

Guatemala has the largest economy in Central America yet suffers from severe inequality. Improving government transparency, expanding the economy, and reducing poverty will increase social and economic opportunities for all Guatemalans, particularly historically marginalized people.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Malawi

The relationship between the U.S. and Malawi has improved greatly since the assumption of power by President Banda in 2012. Engagement between the countries focuses primarily on the promotion of socioeconomic development and growth, democracy, and good governance.

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Mozambique

Between 2010 and 2011, U.S. exports increased over 100 percent, highlighting Mozambique's rapidly growing economy and potential for strategic investment and relations with the U.S.

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Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

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Nicaragua

Nicaragua is the second poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. Real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita has grown at only 2.8 percent annually since 2005, resulting in little impact on widespread poverty. To alleviate poverty, the U.S. helps expand trade with Nicaragua through the U.S.-Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA-DR) which facilitates trade and investment, and further regional integration by eliminating tariffs, opening markets, reducing barriers to services, and promoting transparency. The U.S. also supports the development of a Nicaragua in which all citizens benefit from democratic governance, peace, security, and education.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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Peace and Security

Globally, USAID works with local partners to combat transnational crime, protect human rights, and promote the peaceful resolution of conflicts. Establishing and maintaining peace and security builds public confidence and spurs subsequent economic growth.

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Afghanistan

The U.S. program of assistance supports U.S. national security interests in Afghanistan and the region by retaining and building upon the progress made over the past decade toward the defeat of Al Qaeda and the development of a stable, secure, and accountable Afghanistan.

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Armenia

In 2012, the U.S. and Armenia celebrated 20 years of diplomatic relations.  Over this time, the two governments have worked together to overcome the challenges Armenia faces as a country in transition. USAID/Armenia's overarching goal for 2013-2017 is to help Armenia succeed as a more engaged, prosperous, and well-governed society. Moving toward sustainability, USAID will partner directly with the Government of Armenia and local organizations in building their capacity to lead the reform agenda.

Asia Regional

USAID’s Regional Development Mission for Asia (RDMA), located in Bangkok, is a regional office which implements programs and generates partnerships with government, civil society, private sector, and regional institutions across 24 Asian nations. Its efforts address critical development challenges in areas like the environment and natural resources management, disaster risk reduction, and infectious diseases that cross national borders. USAID/RDMA also works to protect and empower vulnerable populations and to strengthen regional institutions to ensure that economic growth in Asia brings with it greater food security, environmental protections, and gender equality. 

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh is a strong U.S. ally that continues to make progress toward a more prosperous and democratic society. It is a key strategic partner in South Asia and the country's efforts at reform, development, and security are vital to regional and global stability.
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Bosnia and Herzegovina

USAID's goal in Bosnia and Herzegovina is to help it to become a more stable country, closer to Euro-Atlantic integration. Reaching this objective includes: establishing functional state-level institutions, including minorities in the political process, complying with the European Convention on Human Rights, growing gross domestic product, increasing economic competitiveness, and establishing a clear strategy for European Union accession.

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Due to the persistent presence of armed groups, ongoing insecurity continues to destabilize eastern DRC. Other challenges include rampant corruption, inadequate infrastructure and human resources, and a limited capacity to raise and manage revenues.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia plays a pivotal role in regional peacekeeping and security within the Horn of Africa region. A healthy and prosperous Ethiopia will increasingly contribute to the stability and economic progress in the region and, as such, is an important trading partner and security ally for the United States.

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Georgia

Georgia has seen many changes since USAID first opened a mission here in 1992. In the more than 20 years since then, the American people have invested more than $1.5 billion in Georgia through USAID. Building on this successful 20 year partnership with Georgia, the U.S. Government will dedicate its resources to new and continuing USAID programs over the next five years to achieve the goal, Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western orientation enhanced.

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Haiti

Haiti is still rebuilding from the devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.S. and Haitian Governments are working together to make sure that Haiti's institutions, economy, and infrastructure are stronger than before.

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Indonesia

Indonesia is a stable, democratic nation committed to a comprehensive partnership with the United States. The U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership recently re-affirmed by both countries' presidents, recognizes Indonesia's leadership role throughout the region and the importance it plays in issues of global significance - such as trade or environmental sustainability.
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Iraq

USAID investments in Iraq focus on: strengthening Iraqi provincial governance; increasing community and civil society participation; bolstering economic reforms to expand the private sector; strengthening rule of law and human rights; improving delivery of key services; preparing for the 2013 provincial elections; and continuing to assist with the return and resettlement of displaced persons.

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Kenya

As the largest, most diversified economy in East Africa, Kenya is a crucial economic partner for the U.S. in the region.

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Kosovo

Kosovo declared its independence on February 17, 2008, beginning a new chapter after almost 10 years of United Nations administration following a North Atlantic Treaty Organization intervention in 1999. Kosovo’s immediate challenge is to build the capacity of its governing institutions, enabling it to integrate into Western European and Trans-Atlantic structures. At the same time, it must ensure the protection and integration of minorities, particularly Kosovo Serbs.

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Morocco

In the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring, Morocco continues to make positive strides in pursuit of political and economic reforms and remains a strong U.S. ally. Since 1957, the U.S. Government and the Government of Morocco have worked together to make real and substantial improvements in the lives of Moroccan citizens.

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Nepal

Landlocked between India and China, Nepal is located in a rapidly changing part of the world. The country’s mountainous Himalayan terrain presents unique development challenges as well as opportunities. One of the poorest countries in the world, Nepal is a focus of U.S. development efforts in Asia, and the U.S. stands alongside the people of Nepal in creating a better future for all citizens.

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Nigeria

Nigeria is currently the United States' most important trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa, largely due to the large volume of petroleum imports from Nigeria which satisfy 8 percent of U.S. crude oil import requirements.   

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Peru

Despite a decade of impressive economic growth and democratic progress, many Peruvians have yet to see tangible benefits from these advances, fostering a sense of social, economic, and political exclusion. Peru must broaden economic opportunities and strengthen government capacity to provide social services to those of its citizens that currently feel excluded. Otherwise, illegal activity, environmental degradation, and social conflict might weaken its future economic growth and democratic consolidation. Working hand-in-hand with the Goverment of Peru, USAID seeks to strengthen Peru’s stability and democracy by supporting increased social and economic inclusion and reductions in illicit coca cultivation and the illegal exploitation of natural resources. To achieve this goal, USAID is implementing three development objectives: (1) Alternatives to illicit coca cultivation increased in targeted regions; (2) Management and quality of public services improved in the Amazon Basin; and (3) Natural resources sustainably managed in the Amazon Basin and glacier highlands.

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Philippines

Promoting prosperity and sustainable development are key U.S. foreign assistance goals in the Philippines. Moving from a low growth path to a higher, sustained, and more inclusive growth trajectory, in line with other high-performing emerging economies, will increase prosperity for the majority of the people and help the Philippines become a stronger U.S. Government partner.

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Rwanda

Rwanda is a small, landlocked country with the highest population density on the continent of Africa and remains one of the world’s poorest countries. However, the country has made tremendous progress since the 1994 genocide and the Government of Rwanda is committed to making Rwanda a middle-income country by 2020.

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Senegal

Senegal has progressed significantly both economically and politically as a moderate, democratic, predominantly Muslim secular country in fragile west Africa.

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South Sudan

The U.S. recognized South Sudan as a sovereign, independent state on July 9, 2011, and continues to be the lead international donor to help address the causes of conflict and promote conditions for peace and security.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is one of the world's newest countries and its population is one of the poorest. This small, half-island nation is home to a young and culturally diverse population. USAID works closely with Timor-Leste to address some of the country’s most pressing challenges. 

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Uganda

Uganda is a critical force for regional stability in East Africa and a key partner to the United States in the region. The U.S. supports Uganda's five-year National Development Plan 2011-2015 priorities of growth, development, and improved social and economic well-being throughout the country.

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Ukraine

Since 1991, Ukraine’s development trajectory has taken the country from a command to a market-based economy. The U.S. Government maintains a strategic interest in helping Ukraine’s transition toward greater democracy and a sustainable free market economy. 

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West Bank and Gaza

U.S. foreign assistance to the West Bank and Gaza is a critical part of the U.S. commitment to a negotiated two-state solution for Palestinians and Israelis and to promoting a comprehensive peace in the Middle East. USAID’s efforts help to build a more democratic, stable and secure region, benefiting Palestinians, Israelis and Americans.

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