USAID FrontLines - April/May 2011

Report
from US Agency for International Development
Published on 10 May 2011 View Original

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Insights from Administrator Rajiv Shah

GLOBAL HEALTH

Plugging In and Powering Up: Energy Program Turns on Health-Care Facilities in Haiti and Beyond

In Mozambique, Food Is for Peace and Much More podcast

Initiative Aims to Upturn the Status Quo in Health Care

Nutrition and Family Planning Intersect for a Healthier Guatemala

Health Services on Wheels: a One-Stop Shop

Building on Vaccine Achievements, Agency and Partners Ramp Up to Immunize 4 Million

Tempering Fear When the Winds Blow

Exclusive Interview with WHO's Dr. Margaret Chan exclusive

Supply Chain Heroes

Wanted: Primary Care Docs in Kyrgyzstan

Bangladesh, a Safer Place for Mothers

Battle to End Malaria Counts Community Health Workers as Foot Soldiers

Out of Hardship, a Health Advocate Is Born online extra

Swaziland's Six-Year Miracle online extra

Heroin Addict Breaks Habit and Builds Coalition for Women Battling Drugs and HIV online extra

USAID Advances Maternal Care in Ukraine online extra

IRAQ

USAID Partnership Working with Iraq for Long-Term Stability

Building the Skills Iraqis Need for the Services They Want

Scholarships Offer Counterweight to Iraqi Brain Drain

Iraq 2010-2011 Timeline

Exclusive Interview with CENTCOM's Lt. Gen. John R. Allen exclusive

The Power of Packaging

Supporting Iraq's New Parliament and Its Electoral Process online extra

8 Questions with Michael Maxey online extra

ONLINE EXTRAS

Turning Skills into Palestinian Paychecks

FrontLines Photo Contest: Round Two of Haiti Election Produces Knockout Photo