In this episode, Acting Assistant Administrator for the Bureau for Democracy, Conflict, and Humanitarian Assistance Admiral Tim Ziemer and Hurricane Dorian Response Director James Fleming sit down with the Administrator to discuss "Strengthening Our Capabilities for Relief and Response" through the lens of USAID's efforts in two major crises: Hurricane Dorian in the Caribbean and the Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
In this episode, the Administrator sat down with DAA Julie Cram, M/OAA Senior Advisor Randy Tift, and T3 Coordinator Jim Richardson to discuss USAID's latest on Education, Private Sector Engagement, and Effective Partnering and Procurement Reform.
The new episode of the Administrator's podcast, USAID Leads, is now live! In this episode, host Carol Han highlights Administrator Mark Green's remarks at various events at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly.
The new episode of the Administrator's podcast, USAID Leads, is now live! In this episode, Administrator Green, Chris Maloney, and Save the Children President and CEO Carolyn Miles discuss the vision of the "Journey to Self-Reliance," which enables our country partners to plan, finance, and implement solutions to their own development challenges.
In this episode, Administrator Green and Former Congressman Frank Wolf discuss their recent trip to Northern Iraq as part of a larger United States delegation. In the podcast, they share what they saw on the ground and discuss the United States' unwavering commitment to supporting persecuted communities, particularly Christians and Yezidis, who were subjected to genocide by ISIS and are still struggling to survive.
In Episode Five of USAID Leads, we discuss how USAID is engaging young leaders to foster peace and prosperity in their communities with Administrator Green and our Agency Youth Coordinator Michael McCabe, along with Abella Bateyunga, a YALI Fellow and CEO of Tanzania Bora Initiative.
In Episode Four of USAID Leads, we highlight the recently-launched WomenConnect Challenge with USAID's Administrator Green and Senior Advisor on Gender Equality Michelle Bekkering. We also feature Neha Misra from Solar Sister, to discuss how young women around the world can feel empowered to start their own business.
In Episode Three of USAID Leads Administrator Green, Alexis Bonnell from the Lab, and Andy Herscowitz from Power Africa, discuss how innovation is changing development and the many innovative tools the Agency leverages to solve humanitarian and development challenges
In the second episode of USAID Leads, Administrator Green and Agency experts examine the role of international development in U.S. National Security. Development is a core tool for advancing U.S. foreign policy and international security. USAID staff, partners, and programs will continue to play a critical role under the President's National Security Strategy to advance peace and prosperity.
In this first episode of USAID Leads, staff will hear about Administrator Green's first 100 days at the Agency. There is also an in-depth discussion with Agency experts on USAID's approach to private sector engagement and how it intersects with the Agency's work in humanitarian assistance.