Gender-based violence is a pervasive barrier to global security, to women’s empowerment, and to economic growth, said USAID Senior Deputy Assistant Administrator Michelle Bekkering. Bekkering said on Friday, on The 16 Days Of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence And… Read More ›
USAID administrator reiterates commitment to ensure African leaders take over in a self-reliant way leadership of their nations’ challenges.
Every dollar we spend, every program we manage, every tool we deploy needs to move us just a little bit closer to that day when African leaders, public sector, private sector, civil society, private business in particular, can take over in a self-reliant way leadership of the challenges that their nations face. And so, that really is what all of our work should be about. USAID administrator Mark Green.
The United States Government has now provided nearly $1.7 billion in humanitarian assistance for the Iraq crisis since Fiscal Year 2014.