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Thousands of people have lost everything after the eruption of the volcano Nyiragongo.
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Partnership is at the core of our work. This approach reflects a way of looking at the world which recognizes complexity, celebrates the diversity of gifts, and embraces inter-dependence. AVSI-USA is humbled to support these amazing partners.

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Countries
100
Projects
1700
staff members
670
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20
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For the past 20 years, AVSI has worked with the U.S. Government, developing innovative, person-centered programs that have had long-lasting impact on communities. Our dedicated staff brings a depth of local knowledge and understanding that results in context specific programming and effective engagement of local actors and resources. AVSI-USA is proud to support these partnerships and Flagship Projects.

WHO WE ARE

Our mission

AVSI-USA works with individuals, communities, partners and donors to restore dignity and build resilience in the face of poverty and marginalization.

our vision

AVSI-USA sustains long-term partnerships with local organizations, jointly designing projects, raising funds and implementing activities in the areas of education, early childhood and youth development, economic livelihoods, health and nutrition.

AVSI NETWORK

AVSI-USA shares the mission and method of the AVSI network and provides support to members and initiatives by leveraging resources for existing and new projects.

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