A Geographic Approach to International Development. Carrie Stokes USAID Geographer & GeoCenter Director. USG Foreign Assistance. We partner to end extreme poverty & promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing our security & prosperity.
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A Geographic Approach to International Development
USAID Geographer &GeoCenter Director
USG Foreign Assistance
to end extreme poverty &
promote resilient, democratic societies
while advancing our security & prosperity
Agriculture * Biodiversity * Climate Change * Conflict * Democracy & Governance
Economic Growth * Education * Humanitarian Assistance * Health * Water
U.S. Global Development Lab
Applying science, technology, innovation, & partnership
to help solve the world’s greatest challenges
What Do We Do?
Geographic analysis for development programming
How Do We Do It?
Mapping USAID Investments by Country, Financial Stage,
Sector, & Year: 2009 – 2013
Geographic Analysis of Human Vulnerability: Niger
Access to Electric Power: Ethiopia
Access to Maternal & Newborn Health Services: Malawi
Countering Human Trafficking: Thailand
Unaccompanied Children Place of Origin & Poverty: Honduras
Prioritization of USAID Programming: Indonesia
Open Data & Mapping for Resilience: Kathmandu, Nepal
Results by the Numbers