Grantee: Education Development Center Inc.
Duration: August 2011 to August 2013
Funding to date: $2,405,700
Total Investment: $2,600,000
Beneficiary Countries: Guyana
Objective: To provide support for the implementation of the Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment Program”
What is Yes Youth Can Nyanza?
Yes Youth Can Nyanza is a youth empowerment program promoting peaceful coexistence and new livelihood opportunities for youth in Nyanza. It is part of a national program that has mobilized youth to form bunges, or parliaments, at the village, county, and national levels.
The United States government deeply regrets the Bolivian government's decision to expel the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). We deny the baseless allegations made by the Bolivian government.
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August 11, 2009
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: March 19, 2007 End date: June 18, 2013
Project budget: (Life of Project) US $8.3 Million
Implementer: Tetra Tech ARD
What is the Kenya Civil Society Strengthening Program?
The Kenya Civil Society Program works with hundreds of civil society organizations to help them effectively advocate for governance reforms, conduct civic education and peace-building activities, and improve management of natural resources. The program also strengthens the capacity of civil society organizations, community based organizations, local peace structures and the Government of Kenya to reduce incidences of violent conflict and advance peace in the country.
Grantee: Caribbean Examination Council (CXC)
Duration: 3 years (September 2012-September 2015)
Funding to date: $1,559,647
Total Investment: $4,215,714
Beneficiary Countries: Barbados & OECS
What is Yes Youth Can Coast?
The Yes youth can Coast region is a USAID youth program initiative that focuses on empowering youth to participate effectively in political leadership and governance, build their entrepreneurial skills to engage in livelihood activities and enhance young people’s socio-economic base.
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Below are highlights of USAID activities conducted in 2008 that support women and girls in the areas of economic opportunities and entrepreneurship; political participation and leadership; education; gender-based violence; legal rights; trafficking in persons; and HIV and AIDS.
Economic Opportunities and Entrepreneurship
Women make a significant contribution to the global economy and empowering women economically can lift entire families and communities out of poverty.
Last updated: May 01, 2013