Every day, all over the world, USAID brings peace to those who endure violence, health to those who struggle with sickness, and prosperity to those who live in poverty. It is these individuals — these uncounted thousands of lives — that are the true measure of USAID’s successes and the true face of USAID's programs.
Because of its fine leather and commitment to top quality, Ethiopia has recently become a magnet for international retailers seeking high-end shoes. Ethiopian shoe companies offer it all—fine-dress, casual and sport footwear.
Between 2011 and 2012, Ethiopian shoe exports through the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) increased more than tenfold—from $630,000 to nearly $7 million.
Ahmad Milad Amiri enjoyed his job as finance officer at an Afghan information technology company. But he knew he could do better.
Business is thriving at Qalat’s only slaughterhouse and it is seen as a remarkable example of the southern Afghan city’s first public private partnership.
USAID-supported programs work with local entrepreneurs and invest in the small and medium enterprises that are the engines of sustainable job creation in Tunisia.
When Lashkar Gah municipality marked the graduation of 12 girls from high school, it was a first. The ceremony demonstrated the southern Afghan city’s support for empowering women in a region that has traditionally kept them at home. It marked the success of efforts by USAID’s Regional Afghan Municipalities Program for Urban Populations (RAMP UP) – South.
Farhad Ahmad, another member of the Afghan team, returned from the competition deeply impressed by the respect for diversity he observed in the US. “I had heard a lot of things about the US. Then I went there and saw that some things weren’t true; like that we could not find books about Islamic Law. [In fact] I was impressed with the collection [at Columbia University].”
For a village in eastern Afghanistan, it took a wall to start building a better future. The new fence around the school gave families the confidence to send their children to study without worrying about their safety. Till then, they feared they might be kidnapped and sold in neighboring Pakistan. Or that insurgents would try to stop girls from going to school.
Një shitës tradicional përmes katalogut ka krijuar shitoren e parë të madhe në Kosovë e cila shet mallëra në internet, duke ofruar në këtë mënyrë me mijëra produkte vetëm një klikim të miut kompjuterik larg popullates së shënjestruar, e cila gjithnjë e më tepër ndihet komode me shitblerje përmes internetit.
Tradicionalni prodavac preko kataloga izmrestio je prvu veću Kosovsku internet prodavnicu, nudeći na taj način na hiljade raznih proizvoda, nadohvat kompjuterskih klikova ciljne populacije koja je sve opuštenija oko ideje trgovanja preko interneta.
Last updated: July 30, 2015