Сбор и распространение данных о населении и здоровье населения на национальном и реги-ональном уровнях для поддержки национальных прави-тельств, гражданского общества, исследователей и донорских организаций в разработке и мониторинге про-грамм и политик.
The Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) are nation-ally representative household surveys that provide data for a wide range of monitoring and impact evaluation indicators in population, health, and nutrition. DHS surveys are known worldwide as the gold standard for public health information and are used by national and international agencies.
Программа поддержки эффективного государственного управления (GGPAS) запущена в 2013 году и базируется на достижениях и прогрессе переходного периода. Программа GGPAS является гибкой трехлетней программой, нацеленной на поддержку ключевых государственных органов и организаций гражданского сектора для долгосрочного устойчивого демократичекого роста.
The Good Governance and Public Administration Strengthening (GGPAS) project, launched in 2013 to build on progress achieved during the recent democratic transition, is a flexible, three-year initiative to help strengthen key public and private institutions critical to long-term stability and democratic growth.
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) project aims to strengthen the institutional and technical capacity of the National Health Education Information Communication Centre, Ministry of Health and Population to design, implement and evaluate Social Behavior Change and Communication (SBCC) programs for family planning.
The Bill Emerson Humanitarian Trust (BEHT) is a special authority in Agricultural Act of 2014 that allows the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Office of Food for Peace (FFP) to respond to unanticipated food crises abroad, when other Title II resources are not available.
As a signatory to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is obliged to improve the quality of life of children and other persons with disabilities. But the state does little to fulfill its duty and responsibility to this group of citizens. As a result there is a lack of institutional support services for families of children with physical or developmental disabilities. Having to care for a child or other person with a disability precludes their ability to have a job outside the home, go to school, or have any kind of social or personal life. These caretakers – usually the mothers – become psychologically and physically exhausted, with no end or even temporary relief in sight.
President Obama convened this Africa Leaders’ Summit to commit to new and innovative ways of investing in Africa’s future. Africa’s long term stability and prosperity rests on the foundation of its mothers and children, and yet too many still die of preventable and treatable causes. Therefore, the United States will join with our African allies to bring in new partners, resources, and financing towards saving the lives of 8 million children and 350,000 mothers by 2020, and this process will begin during the U.N. General Assembly in September. Together, we can end this needless loss and create a brighter future for all of our nations.
A public-private partnership among USAID, NetHope, Intel Corporation, World Pulse, World Vision, UN Women, and Women in Technology in Nigeria. The Alliance will create a ‘movement’ that addresses the Internet gender gap by bringing more than 600,000 young women online in Nigeria and Kenya in the next 3 years.
Since 2007, USAID, in partnership with the government of Ukraine, national universities, Ukrainian civil society, and others have worked to improve the admissions process for Higher Education Institutions. Our efforts have one goal in mind - an equal and fair chance for every young Ukrainian to attend university and leave with the qualifications necessary to help unlock Ukraine's potential for economic, political and social growth.
Last updated: December 26, 2014