While Liberia and Sierra Leone continue to report increasing numbers of EVD cases, the U.N. World Health Organization (WHO) reports generally improving or stable situations in Guinea and Nigeria
LTCI способствует эффективному определению приоритетов в государственных расходах на муниципальные услуги в соответствии с местными потребностями, улучшению доступа граждан к более качественным услугам через мобилизацию сообщества и укреплению доверия между гражданами и правительством.
The Local Transparency and Cooperation Initiative (LTCI) is a community-based conflict mitigation program improving cooperation and accountability between citizens and local government in the provision of quality public services; and increasing the transparency of and public confidence in the extractive industry.
Through Support to the Kyrgyzstani Legal Defense Community, ABA ROLI and USAID enhance the capacity, skills, and knowledge of practicing attorneys and the next generation of lawyers in order to improve access to an impartial justice system, build public confidence in the legal system, and promote stability in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Highlights: Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone continue to report new cases of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD). U.S. Ambassador Deborah R. Malac declares a disaster due to the effects of the EVD outbreak in Liberia. USAID and CDC deploy a team of response experts to Liberia and Guinea to assess the situation and coordinate U.S. Government (USG) response efforts.
PEER aims to assist local, regional, and national disaster management agencies in organizing and conducting standardized training in medical first response, collapsed structure search and rescue, community action for disaster response (CADRE), and hospital preparedness for emergency (HOPE) following a disaster.
The project coordinates long-term earthquake risk reduction planning with the Government of Nepal, schools, and communities to increase earthquake awareness and preparedness.
The project aims to reduce the number of deaths and injuries and the negative socio-economic impact caused by disasters by building the response capacity of the Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) and communities in Nepal.
BCIPN supports municipal governments in Nepal to develop and administer building permits and control systems to improve seismic performance of new building constructions.
The project aims to increase disaster awareness and promote public-private partnerships and investment in disaster risk management in Nepal.
Last updated: August 22, 2014