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September 12, 2018

USAID partner University Research Company and the Albanian Supreme Audit Institution launched an algorithmic tool to analyze the Albanian Public Procurement Agency’s (PPAs) data on purchasing activity by healthcare institutions from January 2016.  Developed by the Albanian Institute of Science, the tool has been deployed on-line and when applied to PPA’s national database, can help users identify or “Red Flag” unusual activities and trends that may be the result of illegal, unethical behaviors, favoritism, lack of competition, and/or unequal competition. 

This Albanian anti-corruption campaign poster reads "Stop Corruption - Don't trade away with your rights!"
September 11, 2018

USAID/Albania projects work to improve government and judicial accountability, transparency, and efficiency. We partner with government institutions, the media, and civil society organizations to support transparent and efficient systems that hold public officials accountable to its citizens and minimize corruption in government, the judiciary, and financial sectors.

A view of the Arts and Culture page on the IntoAlbania.com website.
August 30, 2018

IntoAlbania will develop an advanced digital platform - IntoAlbania.com - which combined with a smartphone application, promises to become the largest digital marketplace for tourists and local visitors.

August 29, 2018

Albania has the smallest number of doctors per capita in the Balkan region - 1.2 doctors per 1000 persons, and 3.6 midwives / nurses per 1000, a situation is further exacerbated by the continued migration of the country’s medical professionals to other EU countries, especially Germany, for work. The lack of medical staff is felt most in remote mountainous areas of western Albania with poor roads and infrastructure.

August 27, 2018

USAID partner Tetra Tech and staff from the south-central Albanian municipality of Berat and the Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) finalized technical design documents for the reconstruction of the Mbreshtani Irrigation and Drainage Canal. The project is expected to directly benefit over one thousand residents from five villages in Berat by repairing 12.9 kilometers of canals that serve over 252 hectares of arable land used to grow crops.


Last updated: November 02, 2018

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