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A USAID-supported health worker discusses reproductive health with village women in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
A USAID-supported project providing solar energy illumination to households in Indian villages, results in improved life quality and better livelihood opportunities.
A farmer holding wheat stalks in the field
Pupils at the Govt. Higher Primary School, Banjarapalya, sing the title song of the Interactive Radio I program 'Chikki Chinna', which is known by children throughout Karnataka.
Over the past two decades, India has grown to become the world’s largest democracy and fourth largest economy, lifting millions of Indians out of poverty. Yet 800 million people — 65 percent of its population — still live on less than $2 per day. Situated between Pakistan and China, India is an increasingly important U.S. partner in maintaining regional stability, deepening trade ties, and addressing development challenges in India and beyond.
Given India’s growing financial and human resources, the U.S.-India partnership is harnessing the strengths and capabilities of both countries to tackle development challenges not only in India but globally. This new approach to development assistance in India is leveraging the expertise, innovations and resources of both the United States and India to tackle the most pressing challenges of our day, from food security and infectious disease to illiteracy and depleting energy resources.
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Last updated: July 29, 2014