Building on the decisions made in Bonn and Chicago, as well as the U.S.-Afghanistan Strategic Partnership Agreement, the United States joined over 70 partners in Tokyo to underline our continuing support for Afghanistan’s efforts to strengthen itself and provide a more peaceful, secure, and prosperous future for its people through the conclusion of the security transition in 2014 and into the Transformation Decade.
Start date: October 1, 2012 End Date: May 1, 2014
Project budget (Life of Project): $208,578
Additional co-funding from the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ($208,578), Macedonian Ministry of Finance ($19,796), and the Center for Excellence in Finance ($46,036)
Implementer: Center of Excellence in Finance (CEF)
Develop the internal audit profession in Macedonia to improve public financial management and increase accountability, transparency and efficiency in the public sector.
Start date: April 19, 2011 End date: April 17, 2014
Project budget (Life of Project): $1,500,000
Implementer: Habitat for Humanity Macedonia
Increase the standard of living in collective housing units in Macedonia through demonstration projects on energy efficiency improvements that significantly decrease energy consumption and operating cost.
Contractor(s)/Grantee(s): Caribbean HIV/AIDS Alliance
Duration: 5 years (FY2011 - FY2014)
Total Projected Investment: $16 million over 5 years
Funding Source: USAID/Barbados- (GHCS-USAID Account)
Countries: OECS and Barbados
Objective: Increased Equitable Access to HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care Services for
most at risk populations and persons living with HIV (PLHIV) in the Eastern Caribbean:
What is Yes Youth Can North Eastern Province?
Yes Youth Can North Eastern Province is an investment by USAID to counter violent extremism through youth empowerment. The project builds on the success of the Garissa Youth Project, which provided direct services to over 5,000 youth in order to reduce radicalization and increase social stability. The project focuses on providing positive alternatives to those most at-risk of recruitment.
Project Duration and Budget
October 2008 – October 2015
What is the Kenyatta University-Syracuse University Partnership Project?
The Kenyatta University-Syracuse University Partnership is a joint project of Kenyatta University and Syracuse University aimed at improving the quality of secondary school teaching and education in Kenya through expanding and enhancing teacher preparation and professional development. The partnership is focused on building the capacity of the education system through secondary pre-service teacher training and mentoring of new and practicing teachers for continuous professional growth.
The Haiti Mobile Money Initiative (HMMI) is a program launched in June 2010 that is jumpstarting the delivery of financial services by mobile phone in Haiti. The program offers incentive funds - a total of $10 million - to entities that offer mobile money services in Haiti. These awards included the first and second service providers to launch mobile money services, and reaching specific transaction milestones. HMMI is a partnership between the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.S. government, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Start date: February 27, 2012 End Date: August 31, 2014
Project budget (Life of Project): $2,540,000
Implementer: Foundation Open Society – Macedonia (FOSM), in partnership with
four local civil society organizations (CSOs): the Youth Educational Forum; Forum – Center for Strategic Research and Documentation; the Center for Civil Communications; and Reactor – Research in Action.
Start date: January 13, 2013 Duration: Three years
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $1.3 million
Implementer: TimelProekt, in partnership with PointPro Consulting and the Center for Entrepreneurial and Executive Development (CEED)
Improve Macedonia‘s competitiveness and energy security and reduce greenhouse gas emissions via greater clean energy investments, primarily through the introduction of a systematic energy management approach in the industrial sector.
Grantee: Abt Associates
Duration: FY2010 - FY2014
Total Projected Investment: $5 million over 5 years
Funding Source: (GHCS-USAID Account)
Countries: OECS and Barbados
Objective: To improve the capacity of the Caribbean national governments and regional organizations to effectively lead, finance, manage, and sustain the delivery of quality HIV prevention, care, treatment and support services. Activities include:
Last updated: May 21, 2013