USAID supports communities and government bodies in the Kyrgyz Republic in identifying vectors of conflict, dispute resolution mechanisms, and peace building activities to contribute to a safer community for all. The Conflict Mitigation through Targeted Analysis and Community Action in the Kyrgyz Republic (COMTACA) Program, implemented by ACTED,was a two year USAID-funded project. The goal of the program was to minimize the risk of instability through informed public policy and early warning analysis for citizen protection.
Проект поддерживает совершенствование правовой среды для деятельности гражданского общества во всех пяти странах Центральной Азии для того, чтобы способствовать развитию активной и устойчивой культуры демократии в регионе.
The Enhanced Enabling Environment (E3) Activity promotes an enabling legal framework for civil society in all five countries of Central Asia in order to support a more vibrant and sustainable democratic culture in the region.
Проект USAID "Поддержка доступа к информации" направлен на увеличение доступа граждан к общественно-значимой информации в Кыргызской Республике и других странах Центральной Азии для содействия совершенствованию системы государственного управления в этих странах.
The Central Asia Access to Information program is a regional program, combining country-specific as well as regional activities for Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and Tajikistan that will increase citizen access to civically-relevant information in order to improve governance in their countries.
- On December 4, the Government of Guinea-Bissau announced that it would reopen border crossings with Guinea during the week of December 8. Guinea-Bissau had closed the border in August 2014 to prevent cross-border transmission of EVD.
- In response to recent increases in EVD cases in Sierra Leone, relief actors are implementing a surge in EVD-related activities to strengthen overall response capacity, particularly in Western Area encompassing the capital city of Freetown.
The insecurity and unrest in the early 2000s and the violence after the 2010 election disrupted the justice sector in Côte d’Ivoire. This instability led to widespread looting and destruction of infrastructure in the judicial branch and throughout the government. Only recently have judges and prosecutors started returning to their posts, but the country is still facing challenges that are common in post-conflict societies, like land disputes, vulnerable populations confronting social exclusion, gender-based violence, and disaffected youth.
Inclusive electronic payments such as mobile money not only have the potential to lift millions out of poverty, but can also improve governance by reducing costs and increasing transparency.
Last updated: April 28, 2016