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January 8, 2015
Feed the Future, the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, is establishing a foundation for lasting progress against global hunger.  Feed the Future efforts are driven by country-led priorities and rooted in partnership with governments, donor organizations, the private sector, and civil society to enable long-term success.  Feed the Future aims to assist millions of vulnerable women, children, and family members to escape hunger and poverty, while reaching significant numbers of children with highly effective nutrition interventions to prevent stunting and child mortality.
June 6, 2014
The Stop Malaria Project (SMP) is a President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI)‐Uganda funded project, which recently completed its fifth year. The project works closely with the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) and district local governments to provide comprehensive malaria programming in 34 districts in Uganda. This annual report focuses on activities implemented in Year 5. It also shares successes, lessons learned, challenges and recommendations.
June 6, 2014
The Stop Malaria Project End of Project Evaluation Report is available at the USAID Development Experience Clearinghouse on the web link: https://dec.usaid.gov/dec/home/Default.aspx
June 6, 2014
The US President's Malaria Initiative (PMI) is a key component of the U.S. Government's (USG) Global Health Initiative and its current strategy is geared to achieve Africa‐wide impact by halving the burden of malaria in 70 percent of at‐risk populations in sub‐Saharan Africa – approximately 450 million people.
June 6, 2014

The attached Microsoft Excel file is the Amended Budget Detail Spreadsheet for Sub-awardees.

Through the program, USAID renovated buildings for police and prison staff to help improve the quality of service delivery and i
May 22, 2014

U.S. Mission Uganda today announced the successful completion of the Supporting Public Sector Workplaces to Expand Action and Responses to HIV/AIDS (SPEAR) project, funded by the United Stated Agency for International Development (USAID). The public sector is Uganda's largest employer and is profoundly affected by the threat that HIV/AIDS poses, particularly to young and middle-aged adults at the peak of productivity. It cripples productivity through absenteeism and the death of workers and their relatives while increasing expenditures for health care and recruitment of new personnel

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