Fact Sheets

  • New confirmed EVD case in Liberia occurs nearly one month after country’s last confirmed case
  • The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) continues to report a declining trend in weekly incidence of new confirmed EVD cases
  • The Government of Guinea (GoG) documents 215 confirmed EVD cases in March as of March 23, surpassing the 153 and 214 cases reported in January and February, respectively

WHO reports 150 new confirmed cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), including 95 cases in Guinea and 55 in Sierra Leone, during the week ending on March 15. The week marks Guinea’s highest weekly recorded total during 2015.
All contacts associated with the last known chain of transmission in Liberia have completed the 21-day monitoring period.
The EVD outbreak has resulted in nearly 10,200 deaths to date in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

Despite progress made in reforming the justice sector, rule of law in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) remains weak.

Through this project, USAID supported the completion of the Gomal Zam Dam, a multipurpose facility located in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) near the border with Afghanistan. USAID funded completion of the dam, erection of electricity transmission lines, and the construction of the hydropower plant. This project aimed to increase power generation capacity in the country, protect downstream communities from flooding, and store water for irrigation of farmland near the dam.

The Peshawar-Torkham road project is intended to: Improve local economic opportunities Allow internal and international trade to flow more easily Offer employment opportunities for local workers; and, Extend and support the delivery of basic infrastructure services by the Government of Pakistan.

The Multi-­Donor Trust Fund is providing grants to help communities in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and FATA recover from armed conflict and the floods of 2010 and restore peace to these areas. Funded activities include restoration of damaged infrastructure and disrupted services, improvement of government service delivery, and maintenance of local livelihoods. Ten donors have committed a total of about $140 million to the World Bank, which is administering the fund.
The KP Reconstruction Program supports efforts by the Government of Pakistan to rebuild public infrastructure destroyed by conflict and the 2010 floods in the Malakand division of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The program focuses on rebuilding facilities for education, health, water, and sanitation and helps build the capacity of governmental departments that are instrumental in delivering these essential services. The project works closely the Provincial Reconstruction Rehabilitation and Settlement Authority (PaRRSA).


Last updated: March 29, 2015

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