The USAID/Southern Africa Regional Executive Office (REXO) is responsible for providing Human Resource Management (USDH, FSN, US and TCN PSCs), Information Technology/Data Management, Procurement, General Services, Property Management (both NXP and EXP), Real Property Management, Communications and Records, Travel and Facilities Management services to the bilateral Mission and Southern Africa client Missions, as appropriate.
The Regional General Development Office (RGDO) administers a diverse portfolio of both South Africa bilateral and Southern Africa regional projects valued at nearly 100 million USD. The RGDO portfolio supports USG foreign policy interests in Southern Africa and is subject to intense executive branch and congressional scrutiny. Geographically, RGDO manages activities throughout the Southern African Development Community (SADC), with several projects that extend beyond the SADC member states.
USAID Southern Africa Environment Program Highlights newsletter for October, 2014
Peanuts (known locally as “groundnuts”) are a strategic crop for improving small farmer incomes and food security in sub-Saharan Africa. However, a barrier to trade is contamination with aflatoxin, a carcinogenic mold that contributes to chronic health problems and food insecurity. As a result many markets have been closed to Zambian peanuts and the 500,000 households that grow them.
USAID seeks applications for projects that respond to urgent or unanticipated human rights challenges or emerging windows of opportunity in the protection and promotion of human rights.
Last updated: November 18, 2014