Asia Regional Program Updates

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Last updated: September 22, 2022

September 22, 2022

Description of Requirements

The United States government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Regional Development Mission Asia (RDMA) invites qualified companies/individuals to submit proposals of the services specified below. This is to support the operation of USAID/RDMA, Bangkok Thailand.

May 13, 2022

Yesterday, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Deputy Administrator for Policy and Programming Isobel Coleman and Wattanawit Gajaseni, Acting Director-General, Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA), met to discuss the TICA-USAID Strategic Partnership, through which TICA and USAID will jointly provide development assistance to other countries in Asia.

April 8, 2022

Identity-based violence and hate speech are rising in South and Southeast Asia. Yet actors working to address these issues often do so in isolation and/or lack support to magnify their impact. Networks for Peace uses its regional convening power to collectively engage and support civil society organizations and key influencers in advancing tolerance and peaceful coexistence, mitigating growing polarization of ethnic and religious identities across the region. 

February 3, 2022

USAID is helping Southeast Asian nations transform their energy sectors and power systems and improve access to clean, reliable, and affordable energy. The USAID Southeast Asia’s Smart Power Program embodies the U.S. Government’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve global net-zero emissions by 2050.

CWT Leadership Virtual Meeting with ASEANAPOL
June 9, 2021

USAID Wildlife Asia and the Association of Southeast Asian National Police (ASEANAPOL) Secretariat co-hosted on June 8, 2021 the virtual Counter Wildlife Trafficking Executive Leadership Consultation meeting with high-level police law enforcement leaders across the region. At the first of its kind police executive-level meeting solely focused on wildlife crimes, ASEAN’s top law enforcement leaders highlighted the importance of tackling wildlife crime as a serious transnational crime that necessitates a multi-agency and multinational approach. This makes counter wildlife trafficking a key focus and elevates the issue of wildlife crime among the region’s police chiefs, along with other transnational crimes such as illicit drug trafficking, trafficking in persons, and cybercrimes.

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