Fact Sheets

Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $1.4 million
Start Date:  April 2011
End Date:  April 2014
Implementing Partner: 
  Fruit Growers Association and Cooperative of Krajina Fruit and Vegetable Producers 
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $19 million*
Start Date:  September 2009
End Date:  February 2015
Implementing Partner:  Chemonics International
   *USAID - $9.5 million; Sida - $9.5 million  
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $4.5 million
Start Date:  May 2010
End Date:  May 2014
Implementing Partner:  Advanced Engineering Associates International
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Portfolio Guarantee:  $40 million
Start Date:  March 2010
End Date:  March 2020
DCA Partner Banks:  Raiffeisen Bank BiH and Volksbank BH
* Jointly financed with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) 
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $1,328,000*
Start Date:  September 2011
End Date:  December 2014
Implementing Partner: Council of Europe
* Council of Europe contributed $328,000 to this program.
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $5,899,695
Start Date:  May 2013
End Date:  January 2017
Implementing Partner: 
  State University of New York / Center for International Development (SUNY/CID)
 
The Challenge
Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $5.7 million
Start Date:  October 2010
End Date:  October 2015
Implementing Partner:  Internews Network
 
The Challenge

Project Snapshot

Total Funding:  $4,235,889*
Start Date:  September 2013
End Date:  September 2017
Implementing Partner:  Catholic Relief Services
    Core Local Partners:
    - MOZAIK Foundation
    - Forum of Tuzla Citizens
    - Helsinki Citizens Assembly
    - Caritas of Bishop Conference
*Includes 15% matching funds from CRS

Project Snapshot
Total Funding:  $3.7 million
Start Date:  October 2011
End Date:  March 2015
Implementing Partner:  Consortium for Elections and Political Processes (NDI and IRI)  
 
The Challenge

Recognizing the vital role that entrepreneurs in developing countries play in driving economic growth, creating jobs, and advancing market-based solutions to development challenges, USAID has launched the Partnering to Accelerate Entrepreneurship (PACE) initiative with the goal of spurring innovations that accelerate the creation of promising, high growth, and sustainable entrepreneurial ventures across the developing world.

Through PACE, USAID plans to invest up to $10 million to identify, test, and implement financially sustainable models that accelerate the growth of small and growing businesses that promote broad-based economic prosperity or address development challenges in areas such as food security, health, and energy access.

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Last updated: December 18, 2014