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World Population Day – July 11, 2015 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jul 15, 2015 10:35 PM
On July 11, 2015, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) joined the global community in commemoration of World Population Day.
USAID Global Health News June 2015 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jun 25, 2015 04:26 PM
USAID's monthly global health newsletter
ABCG Career Opportunities December 2018 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Dec 14, 2018 11:24 PM
Career Opportunities: Conservation International, Jane Goodall Institute and others hiring!
USAID Partners with Monterey Bay Aquarium to Combat Illegal Fishing and Promote Sustainable Fisheries in Southeast Asia by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 30, 2017 01:03 AM
Monterey, CA - The U.S. Agency for International Development Oceans and Fisheries Partnership (USAID Oceans) and California-based Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® launched a partnership to improve the traceability of seafood products entering the North American market. The partnership's goal is to increase sustainable fisheries management in the Asia-Pacific region, the world's largest seafood exporter and home to rich marine ecosystems.
Statement: Indonesia Expands Protection of Carbon-Rich Peatlands With Update to Government Regulation by Christin VanZant — last modified Jan 04, 2017 05:31 PM
JAKARTA (December 5, 2016)— Today the Government of Indonesia issued a revision to Government Regulation No. 71/2014 regarding the protection and management of peatlands, wetland areas that are a major source of carbon emissions when drained or burned.
Uniting Tajikistan’s Farmers to Fix Broken Irrigation Systems by Christin VanZant — last modified Jan 04, 2017 05:33 PM
When the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Family Farming Program (FFP) embarked in 2010, its top objective was clear: assist the farmers and government to fix their irrigation systems so farms could eventually yield more crops, create jobs, and promote more nutritious diets.
Community Leaders Work to Protect Papua's Forests and Fight Climate Change by Christin VanZant — last modified Jan 04, 2017 05:34 PM
Alex Waisimon is on a mission to inspire them to support the approach that he, WWF, and others are starting to use to save Papua’s forests—which are some of the largest remaining intact forests in Southeast Asia, but are increasingly at risk of being destroyed to make room for palm oil plantations, as well as mining and industrial logging operations. The forests are part of the island of New Guinea, which WWF has identified as one of the 11 most threatened forest regions in the world.
Building a Collaborative Foundation: The CWT Learning Agenda by Claire Price — last modified Apr 13, 2017 03:07 PM
The CWT Learning Agenda details the priority strategic approaches, key questions, and activities that the CWT Collaborative Learning Group will pursue through E3/FAB's Cross-Mission Learning Program. This document serves as the foundation for learning efforts and is the best starting point for those new to the group.
Project Spotlight: Vietnam's Saving Species Activity by Claire Price — last modified Apr 07, 2017 03:40 PM
Saving Species is USAID/Vietnam’s flagship implementation vehicle for combating wildlife trafficking. Saving Species utilizes a theory of change approach for its three objectives of demand reduction, strengthening law enforcement, and improving the legal framework for wildlife crime.
Plummeting commodity prices increase risk of ‘conflict minerals’ in consumer electronic devices by Christin VanZant — last modified Aug 09, 2016 03:33 PM
Prices for tin, tungsten, and tantalum – 3T minerals that are used in all smartphones, computers, and airliners – have plummeted over the past year. While miners all over the world face the same price squeeze, the impact is magnified in central Africa where producers have to meet exceptionally strict requirements for due diligence if they are to trade on the international market. Central African miners and traders are at a commercial disadvantage and have to cut their own cost, including levies that self-fund the system during normal market conditions.
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