Thanks for your comment. We totally agree that educating and empowering women and girls can lead to much more than economic gains.
It’s why in this post, Administrator Gayle Smith also points to their impact on climate action, politics, civil society and health. Women and girls can help advance progress in EVERY area.
We’re glad you enjoyed it! For more stories about resilience, keep checking our publication FrontLines — we will be posting a new story every day for the next weeks.
Thanks so much for sharing your experience, Simon! The coral reefs are such a critical resource, yet so vulnerable to the changing environment. I encourage you to share this story with your friends so that we continue to raise awareness of why we must conserve this valuable natural ecosystem.
Drew, thanks for your comment. At USAID, we are committed to helping the people of Syria, as well those suffering from violence and political instability around the world, including in Africa. As this piece underscores, the vast majority of Syrians in need are still inside Syria. And very few Syrian refugees flee beyond the Middle East. That is why…