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.
Start date: January 2011 End date: December 2013
Project budget (Life of Project): $1,336,857
Implementer: Business Start-Up Centre – Bitola (BSC-Bitola)
Global Interest in Microbicides
Grantee: Prince’s Youth Business International.
Duration: 3 years (April 2012 to March 2015).
Funding to date: $693,497 (DA)
Total Investment - $2 million.
Beneficiary Countries: Barbados, St. Vincent & Grenadines, St. Lucia, Dominica and Antigua & Barbuda.
What is Yes Youth Can Rift Valley?
The Food Aid Reform proposal in the FY 2014 President’s Budget will reach more people in need by expanding the flexibility in our food assistance delivery while reducing average per person costs, addressing clear inefficiencies in P.L. 480 Title II (Title II), while allowing for the majority of emergency food aid to still be procured from the United States. This fact sheet details the total resources available for food aid under the reforms and how the reforms will allow USAID to reach more people and reduce the average cost per beneficiary. In addition, this fact sheet clarifies the overall International Disaster Assistance (IDA) request and explains how it is allocated between emergency food and non-food emergency needs.
It's a question that business owners across the country are asking themselves every day. They want to make sure they're getting the most out of every dollar. It's an important exercise even in the best economic times. In tough times, it's critical. --Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton
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: August 15, 2012 End date: August 14, 2014
Anticipated Project budget (Life of Project): $ 292,536
Implementer: My Career
Improve the participation of persons with disabilities (PWDs) in Macedonian society by providing them with internship and employment opportunities. In addition, encourage positive changes in the perception and attitudes toward disabilities within the private sector.
What is the Addressing Sexual & Gender Based Violence in Kibera Program?
USAID’s Addressing Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Kibera program is raising awareness about gender based violence among residents of the Kibera informal settlement. Additionally, the program is improving access to medical, psychological, and economic support services for victims of gender-based violence and their dependents. Finally, the program is working to strengthen the response of the legal and health systems for those affected by the problem.
Last updated: April 26, 2013