Imagining Africa without AIDS was unthinkable 31 years ago. Today it needs to be the goal. Millions now have access to treatment, education, and early intervention.
In the interest of providing taxpayers with information about the value of their federal investment in this regard, it might be helpful to look at some of the top myths surrounding foreign aid, and how these myths compare with reality.
Every year on October 11, we celebrate International Day of the Girl Child, which the United Nations adopted to bring attention to the challenges girls all around the world face on a daily basis.
On September 13, Clay Hamilton, USDA Associate Administrator for Agriculture; Kyle Bonsu, Agricultural Attaché from the Foreign Agric…
The world’s most influential and dynamic movement dedicated to transforming the planet’s water challenges began its 29th year on Sunday. World Water Week (August 25-30) is organized by...
Our sister organization, Humana People to People-Congo, developed a program to stop the spread of TB among the mining communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Literacy expert Dr. Paula Green offers her reflections on effective components of successful program delivery.
To escape from the cycle of poverty, children in low-income countries need more opportunities to obtain an education. Planet Aid is helping.
From rapidly melting ice caps to frequent hurricanes, the impacts of climate change can be seen in the environment all over the world.
While the U.S. saw the lowest temperatures in a generation, many in Africa are enduring severe drought and flooding. Learn how we are helping communities in southern Africa develop their capacity to cope with the impacts.