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May 15, 2015

USAID is committed to saving the lives of women and children, strengthening families and communities, helping to develop a healthy workforce, and increasing prosperity. USAID focuses on improving capacity to provide basic services to the people of Pakistan by expanding community-based services and establishing innovative public-private partnerships to reduce maternal and infant mortality, and increasing access to and use of quality family planning services. USAID programs center around high-impact health interventions which align with President Obama's Global Health Initiative, the Government of Pakistan's Vision 2025, and provincial health strategies to improve the health and well-being of women and children.

Our Impact

Over the last five years,

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USAID is working to support Pakistan to extend the writ of government, improve governance, deliver essential services, and expand economic opportunity in unstable areas.

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USAID is carrying out comprehensive education programs in Pakistan to help millions of children and young people rise as far as their hard work and initiative will take them.

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USAID is working with Pakistan to help  the country secure a self-sustaining future by increasing household incomes and employment, nurturing competitive enterprises, expanding trade and investment, creating more rewarding business opportunities (especially for women), building on-farm irrigation infrastructure, and promoting a vibrant agricultural sector.

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USAID and Pakistan are working together to help Pakistan meet its growing energy demands, and to alleviate the country's energy crisis. Current initiatives actively increase the availability of sustainable energy to the economy and promote reforms to help the power sector function more efficiently and sustainably.

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The USAID Economic Stabilization Program (ESP) creates jobs and improves economic opportunities in Bajaur, Mohmand and South Waziristan Agencies of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA). USAID­ESP will develop farmers' and livestock holders' skills and resources to improve the quality and quantity of their produce.

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Last updated: May 19, 2015

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