Policy

Indonesian family in farm feild
Young families in Indonesia benefit from USAID programs.
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USAID has strengthened its policy and strategy capacity by revitalizing several Agency-wide processes for formulating and implementing policies and strategies that are based on evidence.

USAID Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy 2014 - 2025

Optimal nutrition is fundamental to achieving USAID’s wider mission to end extreme poverty and to promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing our national security and prosperity. USAID’S 2014-2025 Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Strategy is the irst of its kind at USAID. It is aligned with the 2025 World Health Assembly Nutrition Targets and reafirms both USAID’s commitment to global nutrition, and our role as a major international partner in the ight against malnutrition. The Strategy’s multi-sectoral approach addresses both direct and underlying causes of malnutrition, and its focus on linking humanitarian assistance with development programming helps build resilience to shocks in vulnerable communities.

Civilian-Military Cooperation Policy

Thank you for your comments on our forthcoming revised Civilian-Military Cooperation Policy. The comment period is now closed. We are reviewing the draft and feedback received. We are grateful for your participation, and look forward to incorporating remarks from a broader stakeholder group into the policy.

USAID Policy Framework 2011-2015

The USAID Policy Framework 2011-2015 provides staff and partners globally with a clear sense of core development priorities and translates other far reaching documents into more detailed operational principles. The Framework also explains how USAID applies to these principles across the portfolio.

In addition, the Agency has developed in close partnership with our Missions, Bureaus and other partners a number of policies and strategies based on analysis, evidence and past experience. These documents clarify the Agency's corporate position in key areas and provide Agency-wide guidance to the field. These include:

Last updated: June 16, 2014

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