Helping Africa’s small farmers access credit, improve yields
The One Acre Fund, a U.S. government partner, helps African farmers access fertilizer to increase profits and feed their families.
U.S. World Bank nominee leads in business and development
Ajay Banga, President Biden's nominee to lead the World Bank, has long worked to expand prosperity through digital technology.
Helping Indonesian coffee growers thrive
Coffee farmers across Indonesia, especially women farmers, face challenges getting credit. Learn about some U.S.-backed programs that help.
Partnering to build high-quality infrastructure
The U.S. helps build quality infrastructure around the world. Here is how the U.S. works to ensure projects follow high standards.
Peace Corps celebrates spirit of volunteerism
The Peace Corps celebrates more than 60 years of volunteerism March 1. Learn which country recently welcomed its first group of trainees.
30 years of continued U.S. assistance under the FREEDOM Support Act
Learn about the lasting impact of a 1992 law called the Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets Act.
How climate change affects the food crisis
This installment in a series looks at how climate change is among factors driving the current global food crisis.
U.S. Feed the Future program expands in 8 African countries
Learn about Feed the Future, a U.S. government program to combat hunger, and which African countries are getting new agricultural support.
Supporting responsible fishing in the Pacific
The U.S. government, the private sector and nonprofits are working with groups in Peru and Ecuador to promote sustainable fishing.