With the establishment of a formal USAID mission in Myanmar in 2012, the United States recognizes the recent reform efforts as the most significant opportunity in decades to engage with the people of Myanmar. And we are hard at work. In fact, USAID Administrator Dr. Shah is scheduled to be in Myanmar later this week to continue momentum on key issues.
There’s nothing creepy about geckos. Just ask Anchalee Aowphol. She’s leading a group of women scientists into the forests at night to take a closer look. And on the way, they examine frogs and salamanders, too.
BANGKOK, February 24, 2014 – The skies are getting safer for endangered species after one of the world’s busiest airports and two major airlines joined together to launch a new global program to stop wildlife trafficking through airports.
On February 20 and 21, flight attendants and cargo and baggage handlers from Delta Airlines and Kenya Airlines joined airport security and customs officials to learn how today’s traffickers are attempting to circumvent inspectors and laws to smuggle rare and endangered wildlife through airports around the world.
The Mekong Partnership for the Environment is a four-year, $15 million program ending in 2017 and funded by the United States Agency for International Development to advance informed multi-stakeholder dialogues in Lower Mekong countries regarding the social and environmental costs and benefits of regional development projects.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) regional Private Financing Advisory Network-Asia will assist businesses, governments, and others in Asia’s developing countries to mobilize and scale-up investments in clean energy.
Last updated: April 21, 2014