March 2, 2023 — USAID Administrator Samantha Power will travel to Vietnam next week to strengthen a partnership marked by years of expanded engagement and cooperation, built on a foundation of jointly addressing the legacies of war. While there, she will meet with students, persons with disabilities, farmers, businesses, local organizations, and government officials to discuss the U.S. and Vietnam’s partnership on shared priorities, including addressing climate change, deepening engagement in the Mekong Delta, investing in higher education, and spurring continued inclusive economic growth.
Administrator Power will underscore the immense progress in U.S.-Vietnam relations at a time when both countries are marking the 10-year anniversary of their Comprehensive Partnership. She will highlight USAID’s expanding and deepening engagement with the country, and our support for a strong, prosperous, resilient, independent Vietnam.
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