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March 13, 2015

The Teacher Education Project (TEP) is a nationwide program to standardize and improve the quality of pre­service and continuing teacher education and training. The project works in close partnership with the federal and provincial governments, the Higher Education Commission, provincial Departments of Education, 23 universities, and 79

teacher colleges to plan and coordinate teacher training. TEP uses a combination of technical assistance, grants, scholarships, infrastructure development, and study tours to improve the skills of faculty and administrators. The project

is also working to continuously improve the training curriculum.\

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Energy
November 17, 2014

nited States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Mission Director to Pakistan, Greg Gottlieb, presented the power distribution companies PESCO and IESCO with tools and maintenance vehicles at a ceremony at Rawal Grid Station in Islamabad.

United States Provides Additional $9.3 million to Assist IDPs
July 22, 2014

The United States Embassy announces an additional contribution of $9.3 million to help the government of Pakistan meet the health, water, sanitation, and livelihood needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).  These funds will be provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).  The U.S. government will provide $7 million dollars to UNICEF/Pakistan to improve health, hygiene, water, and sanitation services for IDPs with the remaining funds used to ensure the health of livestock. 

United States Contributes an Additional $8 Million to Support Pakistanis Displaced by Conflict
June 26, 2014
The United States contributed an additional $8 million to help the government of Pakistan meet the food and nutritional needs of the internally displaced people (IDPs) from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).  The contribution, provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), is part of the ongoing efforts of the U.S. government and the United Nations' World Food Program (WFP) under the Twinning Program.  
 
USAID’s Women in Trade Job Fair
June 24, 2014
The USAID-sponsored Women in Trade (WIT) job fair held in Karachi ended on a high note Tuesday with more than 150 candidates from varied academic fields, over 10 universities and academic institutions, and more than 20 renowned trade organizations in attendance. USAID Provincial Director Mr. Leon S. Waskin was the Chief Guest at the full-day Job Fair, held at the city’s Avari Towers. 
 
Energy in Pakistan
June 20, 2014
Twenty Pakistani engineers,  including five women from power generation companies nationwide, received certificates today for completing a thermal operations and maintenance training program funded by the U.S. government.   Since March, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) has provided training to 60 engineers from Jamshoro, Guddu and Muzaffargarh thermal power plants. The training enhanced the engineers’ technical skills and introduced them to industry best practices to improve the operation, maintenance, and management of power plants.
 

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