New USAID Mission Director to Iraq, Sarah-Ann Lynch, pictured with Ezzadin Haji, Counselor, Embassy of Iraq, Hind Aldoski, 3rd Secretary, Embassy of Iraq, and Mark Feierstein, Associate Administrator of USAID.
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Faris Malik in his expanded Tikrit workshop. Credit: Louis Berger Group
USAID, alongside other U.S. government agencies, works closely with Iraqi national, provincial, and local governments, international institutions, and a network of partners including non-governmental organizations, local community groups, and Iraqi citizens.
USAID has implemented activities designed to strengthen infrastructure, stabilize communities, foster economic and agricultural growth, and help the various levels of government better represent and respond to the needs of the Iraqi people.
With the U.S. transition to civilian leadership in Iraq, USAID has continued to help Iraqis use their own resources to build a self-reliant and prosperous country.
Last updated: November 13, 2013