The Global Partnership for Education Program is an initiative funded by multiple donors, including the United States, to help the Afghan government achieve its national Education for All goals. The Global Partnership for Education focuses on increasing and sustaining equitable access to quality education in 40 districts in 13 provinces of Afghanistan.
The Engineering Support Program (ESP) will assist the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in providing architectural and engineering services to improve infrastructure related to energy, transportation, drinking water and sanitation, health, education, and agriculture.
ESP will provide resident architect and engineering services to USAID, while at the same time, train Afghan government staff as well as technicians working in the national power utility, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS).
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has been helping the Afghan government to increase children’s access to basic education since 2006. One of the ways in which USAID is helping bring education to children in remote areas is through Community-Based Education (CBE) activities implemented in partnership with UNICEF and the Afghan Ministry of Education. CBE is a proven means to reach children who are unable to attend formal schools due to insecurity, distance or other constraints.
The USAID Afghanistan University Support and Workforce Development Program (USWDP) supports the Ministry of Higher Education and eleven selected public universities to support the establishment of higher education programs that are relevant to the job market for Afghan students.
The Regional Agricultural Development Program-North (RADP-North) is a five year sustainable agriculture development program, which works in six provinces of the Northern region (Jowzjan, Balkh, Samangan, Baghlan, Kunduz and Badakhshan) in support of US Government and GIRoA economic development objectives. RADP-North is focusing on investing in increased sustainability and profitability of selected value chains for wheat, high value crops, and livestock to provide food and economic security for rural Afghans in the targeted provinces.
Last updated: September 07, 2016