Additional EVD treatment units (ETU) and trained staff are urgently needed as the EVD caseload continues to increase in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. USAID/OFDA contributed nearly $7.9 million in additional support for EVD response activities in Liberia. USAID/FFP provided food commodities valued at $6.6 million to support EVD-affected populations in Liberia.
In 2003, upon the request of the Government of Nepal, USAID provided technical and financial support to institutionalize the newly formed Peace Secretariat and the peace negotiation process. This assistance eventually led to the USAID-supported Nepal Transition to Peace (NTTP) Initiative in 2005.
The Strengthening Political Parties, Electoral and Legislative Processes (SPPELP) project is a five-year, $26.5 million effort that supports political parties, electoral institutions, legislative processes, and civil society organizations to promote a more stable and peaceful democracy in Nepal.
Singha Durbar is a two-year, $1.003 million project that seeks to mitigate public disillusionment and dissatisfaction towards the Government and political process using multi-media communications and story-telling approaches.
The Conflict Mitigation through Community Mediation project aims to increase mutual understanding among the conflicting groups and improve relationships between marginalized groups and their local governments, working together to resolve differences.
Health officials continue to report increased numbers of EVD cases in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone. Humanitarian actors report that additional EVD treatment units (ETU) and trained health care staff are urgently needed. The U.S. Government (USG) continues to provide relief commodities and technical assistance in EVD-affected areas.
October 2013 – October 2018
$125 million off budget
Программа международного партнерства по оказанию продовольственной помощи (IFRP) в Кыргызской Республике финансируется инициативой Агентства США по международному развитию (USAID) «Продовольствие во имя мира».
Last updated: September 03, 2014