Fact Sheets

Датум на започнување: Јули 1, 2011        
Датум на завршување: Јуни 30, 2016       
Буџет за проектот: УСД 1.979.400              
Имплементатор: Центар за претприемништво и извршен развој (CEED) 
Data e fillimit:  28 Dhjetor, 2010               
Data e përfundimit: 27 Dhjetor, 2014       
Buxheti i projektit:  $ 4.8 milionë             
Implementues: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
Датум на започнување: 28 декември 2010 г.
Датум на завршување: 27 декември 2014 г.
Буџет на проектот: $4,8 милиони
Имплементатор: Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. 


CICU will foster mutual understanding and cooperation amoung youth, assembling the conflicting groups in a safe space to interact purposefully and seek solutions, as well as collaborate together on small development and peacebuilding efforts in their communities.

USAID Nepal’s Inclusive Resource Management Initiative project will enhance stability through natural resource conflict resolution and inclusive natural resource management, benefiting 237,000 community members, particularly youth and women.

The $6.79 million Combating Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) project takes a holistic approach to address protection, prosecution, and prevention of trafficking in persons. The CTIP project builds the capacity of law enforcement and judiciary sectors to effectively apply the TIP Act, prosecution, and prevention.

As the Government of Nepal moves towards state restructuring, and continues to decentralize critical government functions to sub-national units, the U.S. Government will support Nepal in achieving a peaceful transition. USAID’s new Partnership for Local Development (Sajhedari) project intends to strengthen the relationship between Nepalis and their officials, and to improve transparency, accountability, and responsiveness at the local level.

As part of the Feed the Future (FTF) Presidential Initiative, Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia Nepal's (CSISA-NP’s) technical priorities for rice, lentils, and maize are addressing the key production challenges that are critical to achieve sustainably intensified production systems. An essential step involves increasing the supply and accessibility of nationally approved, high-yielding open pollinated variety and hybrid seeds that are adapted to local conditions.

USAID-funded Integrated Pest Management Innovation Lab (IPM IL) project was designed in response to the increased use of pesticides that accompanies increased horticultural production. While pesticides help to control plant pests and diseases, their use, particularly in excess, can be harmful to people as well as ecosystems in general. Integrated Pest Management is the use of multiple practices to reduce and eliminate pesticide use.


Last updated: March 12, 2015