- USAID programs trained more than 1,500 justice sector personnel. Strengthening partner governments’ judicial systems is essential for transparency and accountability in democratic societies, as well as performance of those systems, measured by prosecutions and convictions.
- USAID programs trained more than 8,000 individuals in anti-corruption, strengthening the capacity of partner government officials to manage accountability systems and processes, take action against corrupt acts, and be aware of the ethical norms related to their official roles.
- USAID programs trained and supported more than 300 human rights defenders. Increasing the number of human rights defenders trained and supported through U.S. government assistance will result in increased capacity to report human rights violations and advocate for the protection of human rights. This leads to improved government accountability and transparency, as the public becomes more aware of government violations.
- More than 30,000 survivors of gender-based violence received services through USAID programs.
To learn more about the FY 2022 results under the Root Causes Strategy, read the U.S. Government's Report to Congress or visit this State Department webpage.