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Wednesday, December 17, 2014

I want to thank President Obama for the honor of serving our country these past five years as Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development. Thanks to his leadership and the extraordinary commitment of our nation’s development experts, America is the unquestioned leader in eliminating the scourges of extreme poverty, hunger, and child death worldwide. Recently, I informed President Obama and Secretary Kerry that I will step down as Administrator in mid-February 2015.

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The world’s 232 million migrant workers bring wealth, infrastructure and services to a globalizing world. But they also fall outside of human rights norms and are often victims of exploitation. Read how USAID has elevated the profile of some of the world’s most invisible workers.

“Death is always difficult,” said Elizabeth Stevens, a nurse from Freetown, Sierra Leone. At her new job, Stevens is forced to confront this stark reality every day, and in a way that she never has before.

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Last updated: December 18, 2014

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