Special Issue Of USAID’s ‘Frontlines’ Examines Results Of Successful Development Projects

USAID’s “FrontLines” on Wednesday published “a special issue reviewing 20 projects the agency counts among its most successful,” USAID’s “IMPACTblog” reports. Among other results, the issue highlights U.S. efforts to promote resilience ahead of natural disasters in Ethiopia and Kenya, to address rapid population growth in Brazil, to make financial services available to microentrepreneurs in the Philippines, and to improve Afghanistan’s health system, the blog notes (Rucker, 8/14).

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