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'One Woman Initiative' Announces First Grants to Women's Organizations in Five Nations

...community stability can contribute to the peace and security we all seek." "This unique collaboration combines the strengths and expertise of the usg with the perspectives and experience from the private sector," said USAID's Counselor Lisa Chiles. "Partnerships such as this one are vital to enable...

Compassionate Friends Bereavement Organization Recognizes 141 Compassionate Employers Nationwide

...; Hastings Surgeons, P.C., Hastings; MINNESOTA: Cambridge Isanti School District / Community Education, Cambridge; University of St. Thomas, St. Paul; usg Interiors Inc, Red Wing; MISSOURI: Century 21 Show-Me Realty, Houston; Heartland Lion's Eye Banks, Springfield; HNTB, Kansas City; MONTANA: Kringen Co...

USAID Increases Assistance to Cyclone Victims in Burma

...to the devastation caused by Cyclone Nargis. This, combined with the $9.5 million in assistance from the Department of Defense (DOD), brings the total usg assistance to Burma to $40.9 million. For more information about USAID's humanitarian assistance programs in Burma and around the world, please visi...
USG in Medical Technology

Studies of Drug Resistance May Lead to Individual Therapy for Rare Cancers

...ementation among all U.S. Government (USG) agencies and other recipients of usg funds for malaria prevention and treatment. The goal of the PMI is to ...ent to prevent malaria in pregnant women. The initiative is a collaborative usg effort led by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), in con...
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