Start date: December 2011 Duration: Three years
Project budget (Life of Project): $ 3,696,110
Implementer: Tetra Tech DPK
Strengthen the role of the judiciary in the separation of powers, and develop broad based support for rule of law and judicial sector reform.
Advocacy and Citizen Participation in Judicial Sector Reforms – Develop the capacity of justice sector professional associations to play a leadership role in justice system reform efforts.
Start date: December 2012 End Date: June 2015
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $949,684
Implementer: Macedonian Civic Education Center
Strengthen the teacher career and professional development system in Macedonia. Create and institutionalize structures and processes that guide and inform the system.
Start date: September 30, 2010 End date: September 29, 2015
Project budget (Life of Project): $6.7 million
Implementer: Education Development Center (EDC)
Start date: February 15, 2010 End date: June 30, 2014
Project budget: $495,960
Implementer: Open the Windows
Foster the inclusion and active participation of students with disabilities in mainstream education through:
Start date: June 28, 2004 End date: May 31, 2014
Project budget: $ 4,530,760
Implementer: Foundation Open Society - Macedonia (FOS-M)
Help Roma students remain in the school system and improve their performance and attendance, by means of positive interventions in preschool and primary school. Earlier components of this project also assisted secondary school and university students.
Start date: December 2011 End date: Dec. 2015
Project budget (Life of Project): $ 5,200,000
Implementer: Macedonian Civic Education Center in partnership with other local NGOs
Build the awareness and capacity of school boards, principals, teachers, and administration officials to deal with diversity and multi-ethnic issues. Provide diversity training and incentives in support of the central and local government efforts for ethnic integration.
Today, President Obama reaffirmed the United States’ continued commitment and support for the Syrian people by announcing an additional $155 million in humanitarian aid to help meet the acute needs of people inside Syria and refugees across the region who are affected by the violence in Syria. This new funding includes the $10 million announced last week in Turkey by the visiting U.S. delegation.
USAID's Private Capital Group for Africa (PCGA) works with various sources of private capital to facilitate greater investment in Africa in support of key development objectives of the United States and African governments and institutions. PCGA can have a direct impact on the success of private sector initiatives throughout Africa by proposing best-practice models, designing scalable investment platforms, and identifying strategic project development partners in areas for greatest potential impact, such as the energy, health, and agricultural sectors.
Tech-Serve helped strengthen the Ministry of Public Health’s (MoPH) health system stewardship at all levels, leading to improvements in overall population health. Tech-Serve worked with the MoPH to improve access to quality health services and improve the outcomes of key MoPH indicators in the 13 Afghan provinces where USAID provides health service support.
Afghanistan is one of the 22 high burden tuberculosis (TB) countries. The incidence and prevalence of TB remains high; estimated incidence and prevalence for TB cases is 189 and 351 per 100,000 people, respectively, according to the 2012 World Health Organization (WHO) Global TB Report. The Ministry of Public Health’s (MoPH) National Tuberculosis Program (NTP), with support from USAID and other donors, manages Afghanistan’s TB response.
Last updated: August 02, 2014