The Emerging Pandemic Threats (EPT) program strengthens capacities in developing countries to prevent, detect, and control infectious diseases in animals and people with an emphasis on early identification of, and response to, dangerous pathogens from animals before they can become significant threats to human health.
What is Kenya Tuna Uwezo?
Kenya Tuna Uwezo (Kiswahili for “We have the power!”) aims to reduce politically motivated conflict in the informal settlements of Kiambio, Kibera, Mathare, Korogocho, and Babadogo in Nairobi. The program strengthens community and civil society social networks and promotes collaboration on community issues and the resolution of grievances.
Project Duration and Budget
March 2012 – March 2014
The first phase of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) focused on reducing HIV mortality and morbidity as quickly as possible.While basic infrastructure for evaluation and monitoring of programs existed, the main priority of the emergency response was rapid scale-up of service delivery programs.To ensure long-standing, locally owned approaches to sustaining the monumental increases in the availability of HIV/AIDS services enabled by PEPFAR’s first phase, the second phase of PEPFAR focuses on increasing the sustainability, cost-effectiveness, and impact of HIV/ AIDS programs in those countries hardest hit by the epidemic.
Start date: October 10, 2012 End Date: April 10, 2015
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $ 198,089
Implementer: Metamorphosis, Foundation for Internet and Society.
Flagship development and climate change program aims for high impact, low emissions
Grantee(s): Abt Associates
Duration: 5 years (FY2010 - FY2014)
Total Projected Investment: $3 million
Additional Funding Source: (GHCS-USAID Account)
Countries: OECS and Barbados
Objective: To strengthen the multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS response and improve health outcomes by facilitating and strengthening a role for the private sector via public-private partnerships (PPPs).
What is the Kenya Election and Political Process Strengthening Program?
The Kenya Election and Political Process Strengthening Program provides training and technical assistance to Kenya’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, political parties, civil society and the media to help Kenyans conduct free, fair and peaceful elections. The program supports technology solutions that improve transparency and increase citizens’ confidence in the electoral process.
Program Duration and Budget
May 2011 – April 2014
What is the Strengthening Institutions of Governance and Service Delivery to Entrench Transparency and Accountability Program?
Brief descriptions of USAID's youth programs around the world.
Start date: November 19, 2012 End Date: November 19, 2015
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $ 488,268
Implementer: Media Development Center (MDC)
Last updated: April 17, 2013