- Our Work
- Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI)
- Reports and Publications
- Transforming Lives
- Partnership Opportunities
- Business Opportunities
Here you can find the latest updates from our many development projects in progress all across Southeast Asia.
February 17, 2015
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-supported WaterLinks Alliance, through WaterLinks and Borouge, along with the Denpasar Water Supply Company, launched improved water supply services for nearly 3,000 low-income community members on Denpasar’s Serangan Island in Indonesia's Bali Province.
February 6, 2015
The U.S. Agency for International Development/Regional Development Mission for Asia (USAID/RDMA) has awarded P.T. Bali Seafood and Pelagic Data Systems for their innovative technology that has the potential to help small-scale fish farmers across Asia.
February 6, 2015
Under the USAID-supported Asia’s Regional Response to Endangered Species Trafficking (USAID ARREST) Program, Education for Nature-Vietnam (ENV) received thousands of entries for its national artwork competition designed to reduce demand for illegal wildlife products.
February 19, 2014
USAID partner MTV EXIT, in collaboration with MTV Thailand, today announced the full line-up for “MTV EXIT Live in Udon Thani”, a free concert on March 15 to educate young people about the dangers of human trafficking.
February 12, 2014
USAID partner MTV EXIT, in collaboration with MTV Thailand, will host a massive live concert in Udon Thani on March 15th to educate young people about the dangers of human trafficking. Thailand’s Slot Machine and MILD, and Lao rockers Cells and Kai Overdance, will be joined by top acts from around ASEAN. The full line-up, including the hugely popular headlining act, will be announced in Bangkok on 19 February.
November 15, 2013
Wildlife protection advocates in Asia, where demand and legal markets for ivory continue to fuel poaching, today commended the United States for destroying nearly six tons of confiscated elephant tusks. On Thursday, the U.S. Government destroyed the huge stockpile during the highly publicized Ivory Crush; the ivory had an estimated black market value of $12 million derived from thousands of slain elephants.
Last updated: August 10, 2015