Food For Peace: Year in Review 2017

“In 2017, the world confronted massive humanitarian crises resulting from conflict, insecurity and natural disasters. Food For Peace programs helped respond to the growing food insecurity of people living amidst these crises, while also focusing on development work.”

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The Phase Zero Digital Toolbox

“New America has developed a curated list of existing digital tools from open data sources that look at the root causes of insecurity, the record of humanitarian crises and instability, and impacts of climate change. These tools can help governments, humanitarian and development actors and others better understand and plan for today’s global environment and challenges.”

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Shared Interest: How USAID Enhances U.S. Economic Growth

“Investing in global development is vital to U.S. national security and contributes to the economic and political stability of developing nations. But U.S. foreign assistance also benefits the U.S. economy and its workers; as these nations become more self-reliant, they become more resilient markets for U.S. exports and services.”

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