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“We provide development assistance to help partner countries on their own development journey to self-reliance. We look at ways to help lift lives and build communities.” – USAID Administrator Mark Green

USAID assistance in Europe & Eurasia builds on decades of success in advancing our partners on the Journey to Self-Reliance. Nearly half of our original partner countries in the region no longer require U.S. foreign assistance, and are now development donors themselves. These successes demonstrate the potential of all countries to lead their own development journeys, and ultimately, end the need for foreign assistance. 


Program Updates & Success Stories 

Belarus: The Journey to Self-Reliance

USAID & Azerbaijan Co-Invest to Transform the Future

USAID Enterprise Fund Continues to Generate Growth: WNISEF Catalyzes $200 Million Private Equity Fund in Ukraine

Three Ways USAID Supports Georgia's Steady March Toward Inclusive, Representative Democracy 

Europe & Eurasia: The Journey to Self-Reliance 2018

USAID & Armenia: Partners in Development 

Breaking the Cycle of Violence: How development assistance is breaking the cycle of violence

Foreign Assistance is Good Business: Oklahoma entrepreneurship creates opportunity half a world away

Don't Kill the Messenger: Ending impunity for crimes against the media in Europe & Eurasia

Cyber Attacks Anywhere are a Threat Everywhere: How USAID is working to deter cyber attacks on power grids in Eastern Europe

Containing Drug-Resistant Bacteria is a Global Challenge: How USAID helps countries in Eastern Europe tackle multi-drug resistant tuberculosis

Remembering the World's Worst Nuclear Disaster: The ongoing global response to Chernobyl 

Speeches & Congressional Testimony 

Brock Bierman, Assistant Administrator for Europe & Eurasia: NARUC Winter Policy Energy Forum 

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Last updated: March 27, 2019

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