Grantee: CERMES, University of the West Indies
Beneficiary Countries: Barbados and OECS countries
Duration: 2 years (July 2011-December 2013)
Funding to date: $767,350
Objective: To develop teaching and research related to Climate Change with an emphasis on cross-sectoral adaptation including short courses in climate change, to upgrade the Centre’s existing physical infrastructure to support the region.
What is Yes Youth Can Western?
Yes Youth Can Western is a youth program that improves the social and economic status of youth in Western Province, Kenya. The program empowers Kenyan youth to exhibit leadership in peace building, social service, and economic prosperity for holistic community development.
Where does Yes Youth Can Western work?
Yes Youth Can Western works with youth in 33 constituencies within the four counties of Western Province, namely, Bungoma, Busia, Kakamega and Vihiga.
Across the globe, the United States prioritizes investments in development innovations that are low cost and have the power to improve millions of lives. USAID's Innovation Fund for the Americas (IFA) seeks cost-effective breakthrough solutions to development challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Start date: April 1, 2012 Duration: Three years
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $850,000
Implementer: National Democratic Institute (NDI)
Support an independent Parliament that will represent the citizens, create informed rules that govern the society, and monitor the work of the executives.
Start date: December 28, 2010 End date: December 27, 2014
Project budget (Life of Project): $ 4.8 million
Implementer: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Improve the business policy environment to increase private sector investment and promote increased exports of Macedonian products.
Grantee: Caricom Secretariat
Duration: 3 years
Total Projected Investment: $300,000
Countries: Barbados and OECS
Objective: To support the Directorate of Human & Social Development to work in crime and violence prevention.
What is Yes Youth Can?
Yes Youth supports the empowerment of Kenyan youth as envisioned in the 2010 constitution. The program aims to develop peaceful leaders among 18-35 year-olds, with the complementary objective of improving their socioeconomic status.
What is the Support to Electoral Reforms and Processes in Kenya program?
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.
Last updated: May 23, 2013